There's no need for me to call them, because the IPCC has never made such a claim, and the IPCC reports all suggest there has been no pause too.
Everyone agrees that the warming trend is not accelerating as fast as it was previously, but this is very very different to 'not warming'. If you can't tell the difference between 'acceleration' and 'increase', I suggest that you never ever drive a car.
The only thing I can find is an article from The Australian newspaper:
"an article by Graham Lloyd in The Australian (paywalled) claims that the chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Rajendra Pachauri agreed that there has been a 17-year pause in global temperature rises. Unfortunately we don't know exactly what Pachauri said on the subject, because Lloyd did not quote him directly".
Also, despite many requests, The Australian refuses to release a transcript, and Pachauri and the IPCC claim the paper has misquoted and misrepresented them entirely.
So, maybe you can get Dr. Curry and the IPCC to give me a call and tell me I've got it all wrong. Thanks.