New electronic extensive collection of legal, political and technical texts is now available at the European Council web-site in epub and pdf format. The compilation contains primary and secondary law, as well as European Council and Ecofin conclusions, intergovernmental instruments, agreements and more.
In their new statement on Ukraine of February 13, 2015, the G7 Leaders welcomed the "Package of Measures for the Implementation of the Minsk Agreements" adopted on February 12, 2015 in Minsk. Implementation of the "Minsk Package" offers a way forward to a comprehensive, sustainable, and peaceful resolution to the crisis in eastern Ukraine.
The Going for Growth 2015 report assesses and compares structural reform progress across countries since 2013 and identifies new priorities to revive growth and make it more inclusive.
HSE's International Organisations Research Institute (IORI HSE) and the University of Toronto have been carrying out a long-term project on monitoring the G20's progress in implementing priority commitments, and the project will result in a research report. The work’s conclusions and recommendations will be presented to G20 Sherpas and leaders ahead of their November summit and published on the websites of the HSE and the University of Toronto.
On 1 April 2015, Global Forum on Development (GFD) held in Paris. High-level policy makers, academia, civil society and the private sector looked at the questions of development, explore challenges, opportunities and lessons will learn about current poverty reduction policies and methods for fostering social cohesion and progress.
Improving the quality of education and training is a key concern in the policy debate on education both at national and EU level. New Eurydice report offers a country-specific and comparative review of school evaluation across Europe, in order to promote the sharing of knowledge about approaches to enhance the quality of education systems.
International Organisations Research Journal (IORJ) of the National Research University Higher School of Economics invites the authors to submit papers for a special issue on the topic “Shaping Post-2015 Global Sustainable Development Agenda beyond” to be published in September 2015.
The special issue of the International Organisations Research Journal assesses the current status of global summit governance of key economic, development and security challenges.
Lowy Institute for International Policy presented a new paper on China, the G20 and global economic governance
At the closing of the 2014 G20 Brisbane Summit, the presidency of the 2016 G20 was awarded to China. This is the first time China will chair the world’s ‘premier forum for economic cooperation’. Yet the G20 is just one way that China, now the world’s largest economy on purchasing power parity terms, may seek to shape global economic governance.