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Ariel Mason Jan 13
“The in Riyadh is a sham. We cannot participate in a process which is being abused by a state which censors all free speech, criminalizes activism for , as well as homosexuality, and tortures and executes critics.”
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Civil 20 Jan 14
It was our pleasure to host our colleagues in Riyadh for the kick-off meeting. Our group reaffirmed the C20's commitment to operating by our principles and championing the causes of CSOs in the process. Read more at:
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Sawiris Foundation For Social Development Jan 12
Replying to @SawirisFSD
It was also attended by the deputy Minister of Finance who spoke about financing for development. A key role of the is to take the voices of civil society to G20 decision makers.
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محمد العمودي|mamoudi Jan 14
Replying to @mamoudi_2012
Following 8 core principles: Global Character, Collaboration, Independence, Human Rights, Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment, Inclusiveness, Transparency, Predictability, and Continuity.
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مشاري آل سعود | Mishari Al Saud Jan 14
It is my great honor as the local lead of the C20 Climate, Energy, & Sustainability Working Group to call all Civil Society Organizations to join our Discussion Forum & engage in discussions on the stressing issues of Climate, Energy,& Sustainability
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محمد العمودي|mamoudi Jan 14
Replying to @mamoudi_2012
Civil Society 20 (C20) is one of the eight official Engagement Groups of the G20. It provides a platform of Civil Society Organizations around the world to bring forth a non-government and non-business voice
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Civil 20 Jan 12
That’s a wrap on our first day of meetings! Today’s activities included an opening speech by our Chair Nouf bint Muhammad and an insightful presentation by local CSO, Al Ola. More to come!
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Civil 20 Jan 12
Important things to come! We had a productive meeting of the ’s Steering and Advisory Committees with the approval of key strategic documents that will guide the C20’s activities for the year. Stay tuned for more info!
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Delia Ferreira Jan 13
. and are not engaging with the civil society meetings of hosted this year by Saudi Arabia. Do you want to know why? 👇
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Sawiris Foundation For Social Development Jan 12
SFSD participates, today and tomorrow, as a member of the International Advisory Committee to the Civil 20 in the Kick off meetings that are held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The aims to bring recommendations of global civil society to the G20 leaders.
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مشاري آل سعود | Mishari Al Saud Jan 14
Replying to @MishariAlsaud
Please help us extend the invitation to all Civil Society Organizations around the world to join this and the other working groups. More information are available at:
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Frankenkritiker aka Christian Dannhauser Jan 13
is the biggest honey trap for activists ever, ordered a shipload of bone saws expected no a lot of extrajudicial beheadings in the followup of the summit.
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Rose Zussman Jan 13
"Independent voices are needed more than ever. A state that closes civic space until it is virtually non-existent cannot be trusted to guarantee the basic conditions for international civil society to exchange ideas and collaborate freely" Bold and right.
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مشاري آل سعود | Mishari Al Saud Jan 14
Replying to @MishariAlsaud
C20 provides a space through which global civil society organizations can discuss policy issues and contribute in a structured and sustained manner to the G20.
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CIVICUS Monitor Jan 14
There are two countries that have a 'closed' rating 🔴 🇸🇦 (this year's host & president) 🇨🇳 We are boycotting the dedicated meetings for civil society organisations, known as the Civil 20 or
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Emilia Berazategui Jan 13
have joined their voices and will not be part of the this year. Do you want to know why?👉🏼
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💧💦Just Judith'n'🅰️LF Jan 13
"In 2020, however, we as civil society organizations will be keeping our distance from the official " process, which will be hosted by and in .
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Isabelle Büchner Jan 13
Great decision by , , and other organizations!
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amnestypress Jan 13
Why will not attend sham meetings in Saudi Arabia: the civil society forum is a farcical attempt by the new hosts to whitewash their dire human rights record
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