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Crisis response, the Group of 20 and human rights

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Sun, May 20, 2012

Group of 20 Leaders began meeting in 2008 as a primary forum for cooperation in responding to the financial emergency and reshaping the international monetary and financial system.

The fact that they are an informal grouping of countries focusing on economic and financial issues does not mean they are exempt of human rights obligations, argues this new primer by the "A Bottom Up Approach to Righting Financial Regulation" initiative.

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