G20 Media Accreditation

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Media accreditation closing soon – G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting

30 January 2014

The first ministerial-level G20 meeting in Australia’s host year will be the Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting to be held in Sydney on 22-23 February 2014. As well as showcasing Australia, hosting the G20 gives Australia a valuable opportunity to influence economic policies globally and contribute to a healthy, growing and resilient global economy.

Registration for media accreditation for this meeting is closing Monday 10 February and media who are interested in covering this meeting will need to register on media registration page of the G20 website.

Media personnel and organisations must be accredited to access G20 Australia 2014 events and on-site media facilities. Media accredited to cover the Sydney G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting will have access to:

  • Set-up interviews with Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors within the official venues
  • Media Centre
  • Media opportunities
  • Official press conferences
  • Host broadcast and official photographer footage.

A schedule of G20 2014 meetings is available on the G20 website. More information about media attendance and facilities at other G20 meetings including the Leaders Summit in November will be released in 2014.

Contact: Treasury G20 Media and Communications
g20financemedia@treasury.gov.au

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Max Riethmuller is a local Brisbane journalist and photographer. Max is editor of the indy media website Altmax Media and maintains several media related webpages. Max was also an active member of the Occupy movement and continues to remain involved in activism, using his journalistic and photographic skills to draw attention to the work of activists and the issues they represent.

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