The High Level Meeting (HLM) of the Governing Board of the OECD Development Centre convenes Ministers and high-level officials from its Member Countries, as well as observers from other OECD and partner countries, international and regional organisations.
At the sixth edition of the HLM (October 6, 2020), delegates focussed on the domestic and international actions for strengthening economic and social resilience in developing countries and emerging economies. Japan, Paraguay, Senegal and Spain co-chaired the meeting.
|A New Deal for development (summary by the co-Chairs)
The conclusions, which reflect the perspectives and contributions of developing countries to achieve a truly global and sustainable recovery, aim to inform OECD members ahead of their Ministerial Council Meeting (to be held 28-29 October). The meeting also gave the Centre a roadmap for its work in the new biennium 2021-22.
Laying the foundations for a resilient recovery and beyond (2020 key issues paper)
Taking stock of the COVID-19 crisis in developing countries (HLM 2020 background paper by the secretariat)
Informality and social protection in the time of COVID-19 (Note for thematic session on COVID-19 and social resilience)
Redefining globalisation and development (Note for thematic session on COVID-19 and economic resilience)
National Development Strategies in the time of COVID-19 (Note for thematic session on National Development Strategies for resilience and policy coherence)
Interventions by members and partners
Development Bank of Latin America
COVID-19 and developing countries: Policies and partnerships to respond, reset and rebuild better (Policy statement by the members of the Governing Board of the OECD Development Centre, May 2020)