SID, as part of the Civil Society Financing for Development Mechanism shares concerns about the direction proposed in the Secretary General’s (SG) Our Common Agenda Policy Brief 6, which focuses on “Reforms to the International Financial Architecture.” We find significant issues with the agenda’s emphasis on new multistakeholder structures that prioritize exclusive membership clubs like the G20, rather than reinforcing the inclusive processes led by UN member states. In this statement, we highlight our reservations and underscore the importance of preserving the UN’s democratic and participatory governance.

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