The G20 Has A New Website: HM Treasury

I’ve been calling for the G20 to modernize its communications strategy, including by updating their website from time to time.

I know the British (incoming chairs) are working on this, but there are still glitches.  At the time of posting, if you click on www.g20.org, you get http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/, which is not exactly the same thing.  And the link at the top of that page (next to the signature red phone box) doesn’t work… 

I suggest you try this instead: http://www.londonsummit.gov.uk/en/, and write up your reviews (on substance, process, or technology in and around the summit) as comments here – I will bring them to the attention of the appropriate authorities.

(Update: they fixed the links within a few hours; now they could edit their FAQ so they make more sense, or just use a spellchecker, e.g., ”The G20 is carrying out the parpartory work for the Leaders summit in London on 2nd April”)

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