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G20

Intermediate

Double Delegate

G20

The G20 or Group of Twenty is an intergovernmental forum comprising 19 countries and the European Union. It works to address major issues related to the global economy, such as international financial stability, climate change mitigation, and sustainable development.

Recover Together, Recover Stronger: Joint Finance-Energy Task Force

G20 is a strategic multilateral grouping of nineteen countries and the European Union. As President of the 2022 G20, Indonesia bringsthe theme “Recover Together Recover Stronger” with three key priority issues: Global Health Architecture, Digital Transformation, and Sustainable Energy Transition. G20 member states account for 80% of global Gross Domestic Product (GDP), 75% of global exports, and 60% of global population. Head of States, related Ministers and Agencies, and multiple stakeholders will take part in discussing the most pressing issues and how to overcome them.

Focusing on the third priority issue, a concrete step is needed in ensuring a smooth transition from non-renewable energy resources to sustainable ones. To achieve this goal, a comprehensive and strategic financing scheme is needed. Therefore, JOINMUN 2022 introduces a new scheme of Model UN, simultaneously running two chambers under G20 Joint Finance and Energy Ministers Meeting. Committee sessions will be conducted both separately and conjointly in order to maximize the development and integration of the two sectors. Both delegates of each team will be assigned as a designated Finance or Energy Minister of one of the G20 countries.