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Civil society groups’ access to G20 significantly reduced

‘Tim Costello, chief executive of World Vision Australia and chair of the C20 in 2014, said he could not understand the decision to reduce the access of civil society groups to the Brisbane event.  “We had very good access to the summit in St Petersburg and civil society is playing constructive role,” he said. “We call for more access in Brisbane. If you want civil society interpreting the meaning of this high financial architecture, you have to give civil society greater access to it.”‘  The Brisbane Times (10.10.14).


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