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2010 - Presidencia Coreana

El Club de Madrid colaboró en 2010 con la Presidencia coreana del G20, aportando recomendaciones al grupo en torno a tres problemas prioritarios

i)        ¿Rol para el G20?

ii)      ¿Agenda de desarrollo para el G20?

iii)     La reforma de las instituciones financieras interancionales.

El informe final fue presentado al presidente de la República de Corea para su consideración antes de la Cumbre del G-20, en noviembre de 2010.

 ACTIVIDADES Y METODOLOGÍA

Los miembros del Club de Madrid se reunieron con expertos y académicos de alto nivel, para discutir y analizar seis documentos de política (dos para cada una de las tres cuestiones clave). El encuentro tuvo lugar durante unas jornadas de trabajo desarrolladas el 15 y 16 de julio de 2010, en Seúl (Corea). Las conclusiones se recogieron en un informe final que trasladaron a los representantes del G20, en la Conferencia previa a la Cumbre del G20 (el 1 y el 2 de septiembre en Seúl), así como al presidente coreano.

La Conferencia previa a la Cumbre del G20 resultó un encuentro importante y decisivo que dio la oportunidad de abogar por la inclusión de cuestiones de vital importancia en la agenda de la Cumbre del G20, en noviembre de 2010. En este sentido, uno de los resultados más significativos de la Cumbre de Seúl fue el Consenso de Desarrollo de Seúl, que incluyó de forma oficial la cuestión del desarrollo en la agenda del G20. 

 MATERIALES

 

Nos gustaría reconocer y agradecer el apoyo de las siguientes organizaciones que han hecho posible esta iniciativa:

Fride Club de Madrid

 

 

FRIDE is a European think tank for global action, which provides innovative thinking and rigorous analysis of key debates in international relations. Our mission is to inform policy and practice in order to ensure that the EU plays a more effective role in supporting multilateralism, democratic values, security and sustainable development. FRIDE benefits from political independence and the diversity of views and intellectual background of its international team. Based in Madrid, FRIDE seeks to enhance the southern European perspective within EU debates and the European perspective within Spain.

FES Club de Madrid

 

 

 

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung is a non-profit German political foundation committed to the advancement of public policy issues in the spirit of the basic values of social democracy through education, research, and international cooperation. The foundation, headquartered in Bonn and Berlin, was founded in 1925 and is named after Friedrich Ebert, Germany's first democratically elected president. Today, the Friedrich Ebert Foundation has six adult education centers and 13 regional offices throughout Germany, maintains branch offices in over 90 countries and carries out activities in more than 100 countries. 

 

 

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a non-partisan American public policy and grantmaking institution dedicated to promoting better understanding and cooperation between North America and Europe on transatlantic and global issues. GMF does this by supporting individuals and institutions working in the transatlantic sphere, by convening leaders and members of the policy and business communities, by contributing research and analysis on transatlantic topics, and by providing exchange opportunities to foster renewed commitment to the transatlantic relationship. In addition, GMF supports a number of initiatives to strengthen democracies. Founded in 1972 through a gift from Germany as a permanent memorial to Marshall Plan assistance, GMF maintains a strong presence on both sides of the Atlantic. In addition to its headquarters in Washington, DC, GMF has seven offices in Europe: Berlin, Bratislava, Paris, Brussels, Belgrade, Ankara, and Bucharest.

 Socios colaboradores coreanos

The Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) was founded in 1990 as a government-funded economic research institute. It is a leading institute concerning the international economy and its relationship with Korea. KIEP advises the government on all major international economic policy issues and serves as a warehouse of information on Korea’s international economic policies. Further, KIEP carries out research by request from outside institutions and organizations on all areas of the Korean and international economies by request.

 

FKI is a multifunctional association for domestic industries, which exists in the form of an incorporated body. The official name of the organization is the Federation of Korean Industries, which consists of Korea's major conglomerates and associated members. The main objectives of the organization are to help promote sound economic policies, and to internationalize the economy to further enhance the free market economic system and the development of the nation. In order to establish the objectives listed above, various domestic economic issues are addressed and analyzed, and extensive research is being done in order to find effective solutions. Our organization addresses the government on major economic issues and policies, helps promote cooperation with major international and foreign economic organizations, disseminate free market principles and assists corporations in promoting corporate community relations.

 

 

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