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The G-20 summit this year voiced a risk warning.In a phase of consensus scarcity in the political surroundings, with major setbacks facing globalization and multilateralism, fairness and sustainability are the highlights of the G-20 2018 . The summit this year has selected "Building Consensus for Fair and Sustainable Development" as its theme reviewing consensus, a core value carried by the summit over the last decade, looking back through history to see what has been achieved and laying the foundations of consensus for the following years. One of the major lessons learned through history is that global agreements observed as unfair are unsustainable; thus, the G-20 must seek solutions that all members see as fair to live up to its theme of building consensus for fair and sustainable development and achieve the goals promised to achieve.Think 20 (T-20), has been for several years one of the engagement groups including community stakeholders around G-20, and, this year, it has been carried to a different level increasing its activities to provide international solutions to global challenges.
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