attached to them are made public before their adoption, encouraging governments to submit loan agreements for parliamentary approval. They should also broaden negotiations on proposed loans beyond the finance or economic ministry and central bank officials with which the IFIs traditionally engage, to include consultations with trade unions and other stakeholders. On the global level, the IFIs’ dialogue with trade unions and other stakeholders should be given a higher profile, including through a formal trade union advisory structure.
41 The G20 must strengthen the social and environmental dimension of economic development by ensuring that the Charter for Sustainable Economic Activity and the Global Standard on Propriet , Integrity and Transparency are developed as effective instruments enforced through a rigorous, participatory and transparent enforcement mechanism. The Charter must incorporate the Decent Work agenda of the ILO into the Charter for Sustainable Economic Activity – rights at work, employ- ment and income opportunities, social protection and social security and social dialogue and tripartitism. The Global Standard on Propriet , Integrity and Transparenc , within the Charter, must include the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.