The Civil 20 Summit was held in Moscow's President Hotel on June 13-14, 2013. It was attended by over 350 representatives of civil society, international organizations, business community, government officials, and the media. Civil society was represented by the delegates from the G20 countries and NGOs, academics from working groups that prepared the C20 recommendations, the Global NGO Group and the Civil Society Group. The Civil Communiqué - an address to the G20 Leaders - was agreed on the results of the Summit.
The Civil 20 Summit is the concluding event of the Civil Track of Russia's G20 Presidency. Russia is the first presiding country to organize the civil society consultations process in this format, and at such level. Its main goal is to promote fruitful dialogue between global civil society, politicians and decision-makers on the basis of the priorities set out in the official agenda for 2013. The Civil 20 recommendations are expected to influence the G20 Summit agenda and Leaders' final Communiqué.
The agenda of the Civil 20 Summit included plenary, cross-section and working group meetings, open discussion platforms and an open meeting of the Editorial Committee.
The Civil 20 address to the G20 Leaders, or the Civil Communiqué, includes a preamble and eight themed blocks of recommendations covering all areas in which this outreach platform is working.