On 28-29 May 2018 in Berlin, the Global Solutions Summit will bring together leading think tanks from around the world, global policy-makers, business leaders and constructive NGOs with only one aim: to find solutions for global challenges.
The summit will address major G20 topics including the future of work, infrastructure for sustainable development, food security and international economic governance.
ICRICT commissioner Edmund Valpy Fitzgerald, Professor of International Development Finance, Oxford University will speak Monday, May 28, afternoon, during the panel "Preventing a New Race to the Bottom in International Tax Competition", with Christian von Haldenwang, DIE-GDI, Nara Monkam from ATAF, and Michael Lennard.
The Global Solutions Initiative provides a new, permanent, supportive advisory structure to G20 and G7. Independent of the official processes, yet firmly connected with official engagement groups and working groups, the initiative delivers independent, long-term oriented policy briefs for world leaders.
The Global Solutions Initiative was established during the German G20 Presidency. It brings together leading think tanks and stakeholders to provide policy solutions to the most relevant global institutions (e.g. G20, G7, OECD, UN, World Bank and WTO).