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  • Share your views on the future of work and skills

    New technologies, globalisation and population ageing are affecting the type and quality of jobs that are available and the skills required to do them. We want to hear your views on this development: Are you worried or confident about the future of your job? Do you think it is likely to change in the future? And how will you keep your skills up-to-date? Let us know! Your opinions will contribute to discussions for better policy making in adult learning in the European Union.

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  • Dialogue with civil society organisations (CSOs)

    Read the Framework for dialogue between the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) and civil society organisations (CSOs) whose goal is to offer CSOs a space to engage with and influence the DAC as well as for the DAC to leverage knowledge, capabilities and their role as advocates for fighting poverty and promoting gender equality, inclusion and sustainable development.

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  • Watch the OECD Forum webcast

    The OECD Forum has emerged as a major international conference where policies and ideas are shared between governments, business, civil society and academia. It was an opportunity to gain insights into the global trends shaping our societies and take part in exchanges addressing these challenges.

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Work with us

The OECD is committed to giving a voice to civil society stakeholders and helping ensure that their views are factored into the OECD’s work and hence making the OECD analyses stronger.

We engage with civil society through various ways: advisory committees that represent businesses and trade unions, regular consultations, as well as conferences and workshops where civil society organisations are welcome to contribute. Find out more.

© OECDNext events in January and February:

  • Webinar on emerging science to improve chemical safety: Liver models for induction, clearance and toxicity
    Join us to learn and discuss new methodologies developed by research globally. These new approaches might make their way into future regulatory applications, but a dialogue will help scientists understand the needs of the regulatory community, and allow regulators to ask the relevant questions early on. The speakers will present the benefits compared to existing methods in place, the types of chemicals tested, the results obtained, the transferability and economic aspects for routine testing, and any known limitation to the technologies and their applications.
    11 February 2019, 14:00-15:00 CET


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the full list of upcoming OECD events

For further information, contact us at civilsociety@oecd.org.

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