Global Solutions Journal

The Global Solutions Journals provide a bridge between visions, recommendations and action. The Journals are released at the annual Global Solutions Summit and at official Think20 (T20) events. You can find articles from academics as well as from authors who are working on implementing ideas, be it in the political, economic, business or civil society sector in Global Solutions Journals.

Global Solutions Summit 2020 Edition

published April 2020

Global Solutions Summit 2019 Special

published March 2019

G20/T20 Japan 2018 Special

published December 2018

G20/T20 Argentina 2018 Special

published September 2018

Global Solutions Summit 2018 Special

published May 2018

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