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Technological change, growing inequality and pandemics are posing new challenges to education systems and schools worldwide. School management policies and practices play a key role but what policies are best suited to the modern context? Discover the latest findings from the PISA Volume V report.
29 September 2020
11 am -12 pm (CET)
Recent months have provided powerful reminders of the need to better reconcile economic performance with key societal, and environmental goals. This OECD Forum event will discuss how finance can play a central role in ensuring a green and inclusive recovery.
30 September 2020
2-3:30 pm (CEST)
The Forum gathers senior policy makers and key public and private actors for action-oriented discussions on green and sustainable finance issues. This year's theme will be "Financing a Green Recovery, and Maintaining Momentum for Green Finance and Investment".
6-9 October 2020
Due to the interconnectedness of global systems, any local crisis can rapidly scale up to contribute to environmental, social, economic, and political emergencies across the planet, as shown by the COVID-19 crisis. How to address these problems?
9 October 2020
9:30-5:30 pm (CEST)
Online tutorship and lab for practitioners, policy makers and natural areas' institutions to draw lessons and solutions from case studies on sustainable tourism strategy in natural area to face the Covid-19 challenge.
15 Oct.-26 Nov. 2020
Apply by 7 October 2020
This year's Forum will discuss challenges posed by chemicals and provide insights on effective and sustainable policies for the sound management of chemicals and waste. Due to COVID-19, it will likely be held virtually, or at the OECD in Paris.
3-4 November 2020
Register by 22 October 2020
The 3rd leading international event focused on the policy implications of distributed ledger technologies will discuss their applications, blockchain's role, emerging strategies, policy responses and trends as well as best practices identified across the world.
16-20 November 2020
1-5:30 pm (CEST)
Under the theme of 'Securing natural capital: Resilience, risk management and COVID-19', the virtual Forum will address the risks posed by unmitigated biodiversity loss and natural capital depletion for the resilience of our societies, as well as how the pandemic is re-shaping the policy responses.
24-26 November 2020