G20 Research Group
The G20 Research Group is a global network of scholars, students and professionals in the academic, research, business, non-governmental and other communities who follow the work of the G20 leaders, finance ministers and central bank governors, and other G20 institutions.
Founder and co-director of the G20 Research Group is Professor John J. Kirton.
Official web-site: http://www.g20.utoronto.ca/
BRICS Research Group
Together with international partners from the BRICS countries, the BRICS Research Group focuses on the work of the BRICS, and within the BRICS, as a plurilateral international institution operating at the summit level.
Official web-site: http://www.brics.utoronto.ca/
National Committee on BRICS Research, Russia
The Committee was established in 2011 at the behest of President Dmitry Medvedev with the aim of facilitating the action plan for implementing agreements reached at the BRICS summit in Sanya on the island of Hainan, China.
The main aim of the Committee is to organize and carry out research on role and position of the BRICS countries and other rising powers in the world politics and economy.
Official web-site: http://nkibrics.ru/
National Coordination Center for Developing Economic Cooperation with the Countries of Asia-Pacific Region (NCC APR)
NCC APR was established in 2014 with aim to engage a wide range of Russian companies into the Asia-Pacific international institutes activities, provide information on investment conditions and trade regimes in the Asia-Pacific countries for Russian companies and on business climate in Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union for the international companies as well as prepare recommendations to improve conditions for doing business with the Asia-Pacific countries for the Russian Federation public authorities.
Official web-site: http://aprcenter.ru/en/
Russian Center for APEC Studies
Russian Center for APEC Studies, starting from Russian APEC presidency in 2012, is a key coordinating and analytical center aimed at maintaining Russia`s participation in APEC. Besides research and analytical activities the Center is closely engaged with state institutions and business, participates in APEC events and implements projects with due regard to Russian interests in the Asia-Pacific region.
Official web-site: http://apec-center.ru/en/
Global Governance Group (GG10)
The Global Governance Group (GG10) was created in New York in June 2012 by a group of independent researchers from 10 different regions who were involved in a project on evaluating the effectiveness of global governance initiatives. The GG10 is a multi-disciplinary, multi-national group of independent experts whose main goal is to monitor and evaluate global governance and achieve a truly world view, free of West-centric or other kinds of biases.
Official web-site: http://www.globalgovernance10.net/