HIROSHIMA, January 24 - The international human rights agency West support has been included in the working group on Humanitarian Assistance and Conflict, which will be responsible for preparing the draft civil section Civil7 (C7) of the final Communiqué of the G7 2023 summit.
Each year, Civil7 becomes an increasingly important and influential social component that sees itself as a platform through which civil society organizations and actors around the world can communicate so that all the pressing issues faced by civil society are sure to be taken into account and discussed at the G7 summit. Our purpose of participating in the working group is to represent the interests of civil society on the G7 and develop policy recommendations that will be included in the decisions of the G7 summit.
The Group of Seven (G7) is an informal political forum of Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, and the United States of America. Their heads of states come together at an annual summit to discuss global issues and coordinate their decisions. In 2023, Japan took over the annually rotating Presidency following Germany.
West support will try to reveal the problems of the civilian population during military conflicts as much as possible, however, we call on all those who are not indifferent to join and send their proposals to the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, for their voicing and consideration when solving global problems.