On 14th February 2023, the Civil7 Open Societies Working Group issued a statement “Continuation of Open Society & Resilient Democracies Statements in the Upcoming G7 Summit in Hiroshima, Japan.” Please refer to the statement from here.
On 14th February 2023, Civil 7, together with Women 7 (W7), issued a joint statement on ensuring LGBTIQA+ rights including marriage equality and legislating prohibition of SOGIESC-based discrimination. Please refer to the statement from here.
The Civil7 Summit 2023 is to be held with the following modality. Dates: 13th and 14th April, 2023 Venue: Tokyo (in-person) and worldwide (online streaming) We will announce further information on this website once the details are fixed.
On the Right Path? Effectiveness of G7 and C7 from the Perspective of Civil Society and Looking Ahead to the Summit in Hiroshima 2023 In this last workshop of Civil7 2022, we would like to take a look back and evaluate the German presidency as well as look forward to this year’s Japanese presidency. Civil7 […]
The international Civil7 (C7) Kick-off Event was held online on 24 January 2023. We embraced some 200 participants interested in the C7 process from all over the world. The recording of the event is available now from here. The detailed report will be uploaded to this website soon. Thank you to those who joined us!
On 1 January 2023, Japan assumed the G7 Presidency. The Japan Civil Society Coalition on G7 Summit 2023 has been acknowledged by the Japanese Government to coordinate the Civil 7 (C7) process. The coalition aims to establish a dialogue between civil society and the G7 governments and inform the outcomes of the 2023 G7 Summit. […]
Welcome to the Japan C7 website! The Civil Society 7 (C7) Group is one of the official Engagement Groups of the G7 and represents positions from the international civil society. It provides a platform through which representatives from non-governmental organisations worldwide can network in order to develop policy recommendations and enter into a dialogue with […]