Building a more peaceful and secure world

Building a more peaceful and secure world

Guided by shared values and principles, Canada and its G7 partners recognize the importance of working together to build a more peaceful, prosperous, and sustainable world. The G7 strongly supports a rules-based international order, built around the core principles of democracy, human rights, the rule of law, territorial integrity, and an aspiration to free and open trade that benefits all citizens, not just the wealthiest few.

For more information read the G7 public engagement paper on Building a more peaceful and secure world.

Ministerial meeting

G7 Foreign Affairs and Security Ministers met on the theme of Building a more peaceful and secure world from April 22-24, 2018, in Toronto, Ontario.

Discover the outcomes of the G7 ministerial meeting: Building a more peaceful and secure world.

Canada and its G7 partners share many core principles and fundamental values. These include strengthening democracy, respect for human rights, observing the rule of law, and promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment.

Guided by these shared principles, the G7 recognizes the importance of working together, to build a more peaceful and secure world.