Registration for the C7 Summit is Now Open

As one of the official engagement groups of G7, Civil7 (C7) has been working for the past several months to bring positive changes on global issues by concrete policy recommendations in six different working groups with 700 representatives from more than 70 countries.

The C7 Summit on 13-14 April 2023 will be an important opportunity to discuss challenges that the G7 Leaders face, and ways to address them. Registration is now open. We look forward to your participation.



Civil7 Summit 2023

Date: Thursday 13 – Friday 14 April 2023
Format: Hybrid (in-person and online)
Venue: Tokyo Prince Hotel (3-3-1 Shiba-koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan)
On-site capacity: 200 participants  *In-person participation is on a first-come-first-served basis.


Day 1 – Thursday 13 April
Session 1: Opening

10:00-12:00 Parallel Sessions
Session 2: (CEJ) The recommendations of the C7 Climate and Environmental Justice working group
Session 3: (EJT) Multiple Crises in the Global Economy Hit People’s Livelihood
Session 4: (ND) Dialogue for a nuclear weapons free world: where we stand and for the future

12:00-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:30  Parallel Sessions
Session 5: How to promote partnerships among Engagement Group
Session 6: (ORS) Open and Resilient Societies
Session 7: (HAC) Shifting from Reactive to Proactive Responses

15:30-16:00  Coffee Break

Session 8: Plenary Dialogue with G7 representative

18:00-19:30 Reception

20:00-22:00 Online Session
-Session 9: (GH) The relevance of community-centred approaches to achieve global equitable access, leaving no one behind

Day 2 – Friday 14 April
Session 10: Recap of Day 1

10:00-12:00 Parallel Sessions
Session 11: Reforming global food system: agenda for global health, climate resilience, sustainable economies
Session 12: (CEJ) Balancing Urgent Climate Action and Environmental Considerations
Session 13: (EJT) Identifying Our Rights in AI/Algorithmic Labor Management

12:00-13:30 Lunch

13:30-15:30 Parallel Sessions
Session 14: (HAC) Forgotten Humanitarian Crisis; Changing Dynamics, Opportunities and Challenges
Session 15: (EJT/GH)Film Screening & Talk Session “Pandemic Unmasked: Equal Threat, unequal lives: Civil society’s pursuit for health equity”
Session 16: (ORS) Justice, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and SOGIESC

15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

Session 17: Plenary Dialogue with Finance Track

17:00-18:30 Online Session
Session 18: (EJT) Mandatory Human Rights and Environmental Due Diligence (mHREDD) and other urgent steps to drive equality and labour rights

18:00-20:00 Online Session
Session 19: (GH) Financing health and technology: open the door for new health paradigm in the era of pandemics

On-demand program:
(ND) Traveling back to Hiroshima in 1945 – the Aftermath of the Atomic Bomb (available during 13 April 0:00 – 14 April 23:59 (JST))


Language: English (simultaneous interpretation into Japanese is available)
Information Assurance: Japanese sign language interpretation is planned to be available
Contact: Civil7 Secretariat (