Targeted stakeholder consultation in the lead-up to the World Bank Group - IMF Annual Meetings 2023.
Opening date: August 25, 2023
Deadline: September 30, 2023
Division: Economic diplomacy, Sustainable Development Diplomacy.
Target audience: Doctor/PhD members, Professional members
Targeted stakeholders: Widest possible range of stakeholders
Upcoming event: World Bank Group - IMF Annual Meetings, October 2023
Person appointed to represent the Institute at the event: Doctor/PhD member O. Weretelnik
This consultation is directed towards members of the Institute and all stakeholders with an interest in the topic.
Amid a weakening global economy and elevated uncertainty, policymakers need to build a more resilient future by enhancing social safety nets to protect the most vulnerable, improving governance and accountability, strengthening policy frameworks, and tackling climate change. Food security concerns and the risk of future pandemics add to the urgency of increased effort and collaboration toward building resilient economies.
Securing a Transformational Recovery
The impact of recent crisis upon crisis on the economic situation of countries has increased the need for structural reforms to bolster growth and secure a transformation that fosters inclusion and diversification, addresses the existential challenge of climate change, and supports digitalization.
Reinvigorating Global Cooperation
The world is facing the risk of policy-driven geo-economic fragmentation, which could jeopardize the economic gains made over the past several generations. Mitigating this risk requires concerted efforts to advance areas of common interest, such as tackling climate change, food insecurity, and increasing pandemic preparedness. The IMF can play an important role in helping member countries adapt to emerging challenges and increasing collaboration. The 2023 Annual Meetings will provide an opportunity to reinvigorate global cooperation.
Why we are consulting
At the Institute, we understand that effective stakeholder consultation and engagement requires a deep understanding of the public diplomacy audience’s needs, therefore,
Institut de diplomatie publique seeks to gather input from the widest possible range of stakeholders, including Doctor/PhD members, Professional members of the Institute, civil society organisations and partners.
This consultation is a space for the sharing of information to develop and sustain partner relationships, listening to the concerns of members, partners, and observers of the Institute, and preparing for the World Bank Group - IMF Annual Meetings 2023.
At the Institute, we are committed to incorporating diverse perspectives into our projects.
By embracing stakeholder consultation and engagement, we strive to achieve outcomes that balance economic, social and environmental considerations while driving positive change and sustainable development.
Monetary and Fiscal Policy
Poverty and Inequality
Tech and Innovation
Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability
Crime and Corruption
Demographics (Youth, Aging, Population Trends)
Digital Finance and Digital Currencies
Gender, Growth and Development
Trade and Globalization
How to submit your contribution
Stakeholders are invited to comment on this consultation by September 30, 2023 at the latest.
Responses should preferably be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Any queries about the public consultation should be sent to this email.
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