Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED Programme)

Become a LEED Partner


The OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Programme contributes to building more and better jobs. Since 1982 LEED has advised OECD countries, the G20, APEC and ASEAN on how to more effectively implement national policies at the local level, while stimulating innovative practices.

Through the LEED Forum, the OECD brings together 3500 practitioners in employment, inclusion and economic development from 60+ countries to share ways to generate better outcomes for jobs and the economy.


Interested in partnering with the OECD LEED Programme?

Become an active member of the network. We offer two levels of engagement: 

  • Strategic Partners
  • Partners


Interested in our partnership opportunities?





LEED Partner Benefits

By bringing your perspectives and contributions to the debate, gaining privilege acess to OECD's expert analysis and benefitting from extensive exposure, becoming a strategic partner is the best way to benefit from the LEED programme and shape the debate.



Strategic Partner

  • Call on OECD expertise for your events
  • Access the OECD iLibrary and receive free copies of new publications


  • Access and contribute to cutting edge policy research and analysis



  • Steer the work of the LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Development



  • Benefit from extensive on-line & on-site exposure



  • Shape a plenary, present a thematic workshop and increase visibility of your achievements



  • Advise on the substantive agenda of its annual meeting



  • Showcase best practices to an influential audience



  • Connect with high-level speakers and OECD experts 




LEED Partners

Gain access to a unique network of policy implementers, experts and national civil servants and increase your practical impact on the ground.


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