This page is not longer updated regularly with the latest information on the financial crisis and moves towards reforms of the international financial architecture. This is the content as of 6 March 2009, which has been left here for archive purposes.
- Latest news on the official processes, including the G20 and UN.AnAlternative London Summit is scheduled to take place on April 1st at the Docklands campu of the University of East London, one day before the official summit.
The G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors have met in Rome on February 14. As the meeting was mainly to prepare the G20 summit, very little was agreed on. Read more.
Details are beginning to emerge on the four working groupsformed to report to the G20 on issues of financial regulation, IMF and World Bank reform. Each group is co-chaired by one representative from an emerging economy and one from an industrialised economy. The Working Groups will report to Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors when they meet on 14th March in the UK.
- Latest information on civil society activities.New: 15 December, UK seminar on developing joint policy responses to the financial and economic crisis, hosted by SOAS Research on Money and Financegroup with Bretton Woods Project and BOND