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Multilateral Institutions for the 21st Century

The G20 Summit in 2023, hosted in New Delhi, marked a pivotal moment in global efforts to address complex twenty-first-century challenges through reinvigorated multilateralism. Leaders reaffirmed their commitment to international collaboration and the revitalization of multilateral institutions to tackle pressing issues such as climate change, poverty, and inequality. Central to this effort is the reform and strengthening of international financial institutions (IFIs) to better serve the development needs of low- and middle-income countries. The G20 endorsed a comprehensive roadmap aimed at enhancing the capital adequacy frameworks of Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs), unlocking additional lending capacity to support development initiatives worldwide. Furthermore, efforts were directed towards maximizing the involvement of the private sector and mobilizing domestic resources in developing and emerging economies, while also addressing debt vulnerabilities through initiatives like the Common Framework for Debt Treatments. The G20's declaration underscores a commitment to modernizing global governance and fostering a resilient, inclusive, and sustainable world for present and future generations through coordinated international collaboration and reforms in multilateral institutions. Download the full article to delve deeper into the G20's strategies for navigating the complexities of the twenty-first century and revitalizing multilateralism for a better future for all.

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