Promoting youth inclusion makes good sense for progress. First, young people not only shape the present of any country, but they will also profoundly determine its future. Second, young people are at a stage in life characterised by a high capacity to learn and acquire skills and, in general, positive attitudes towards participation in society.
2016 was yet another difficult year for global migration with a record number of deaths in the Mediterranean, mostly migrants and refugees from Africa, and unprecedented large influxes of refugees in many countries across the world.
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Closing remarks by Mr Gunter Nooke at the Seventh Plenary Meeting of the Policy Dialogue on Natural Resource-based Development that took place on 30 November and 1 December 2016
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Welcoming remarks by H.E. Mr Pierre Duquesne, Seventh Plenary Meeting of the Policy Dialogue on Natural Resource-based development that took place on 30 November and 1 December 2016
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Japan, one of the founding members of the OECD’s Development Centre in 1962, made a welcome return to the Centre last June and continues to show strong commitment to advancing sustainable development through constructive engagement with developing and emerging economies. The country has been a key player in development cooperation.
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Summary Moldova - Youth Project
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Welcoming remarks given by Mr. Ryotaro Suzuki, Minister, Deputy Permanent Representative, Permanent Delegation of Japan to the OECD at the Seventh Plenary PD-NR Meeting
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Kazakhstan Thematic Focus on Strategic Investment Fund by Mr. Dastan Umirbayev, Director of Macroeconomic Analysis and Forecasting Department, Ministry of National Economy, Republic of Kazakhstan
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FONSIS Contribution des secteurs minier, gazier et pétrolier au Plan Sénégal Emergent