The Ministry of External Affairs, the Observer Research Foundation (ORF), the United Nations Office of the Secretary-Envoy General's on Technology, and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development are all partnering with the Indian G20 Secretariat to host a side event on "Data for Development: Role of G20 in Advancing the 2030 Agenda" on December 13th, 2022. In preparation for India's G20 presidency, this event provided a sneak peek at the development data themes that will be discussed at length.
Individuals from the government, international organisations, academic institutions, non-governmental organisations, and business world all made an appearance. Students from several different Indian universities and colleges took part, including those from Symbiosis School of International Studies.
Information, ideas, and inventions are more likely to be shared across the Group of Twenty (G20) members, which comprises both developed and developing countries. Having the G20 in place has this specific benefit. Information utilisation has benefited many areas in India, including as healthcare, nutrition, food security, women's engagement, education, digital payments, and digital financial inclusion.