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In his speech delivered at the China Development Forum, Mr Gurria described the growing OECD collaboration with China, highlighting the benefits for China, the Organisation and for the world economy as a whole.
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A short overview meant for trainers and hosts of the OECD DAC training courses "Conflict Prevention and Peacebuilding" (CPPB) and "Security Sector Reform and Governance" (SSRG). It provides guidance for trainers and administrators who are responsible for preparing and delivering these courses. &
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This guide is target towards trainers of the OECD DAC training courses " Conflict, Prevention and Peacebuilding" and "Security System Reform and Governance". It provides guidance for trainers and administrators who are responsible for preparing and delivering these courses.
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A workbook for participants of the OECD DAC training courses " Conflict, Prevention and Peacebuilding" and "Security System Reform and Governance". It provides guidance to headquarters staff or field personnel working on Security System Reform.
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Investment Newsletter, No. 6 puts the spotlight on China's outward foreign direct investment (FDI), as well as reporting on recent developments in foreign direct investment in OECD countries. It also reviews the effect of taxation on FDI, efforts to mobilise private investment in Africa's water infrastructure, and examines services trade and FDI in regional trade agreements.
Family-friendly workplace practices and attention to gender equity in hiring and management help to improve productivity and economic performance, OECD studies show.
An introduction to the POVNET Cambodia Country Workshop from which a pdf file of the full report can be downloaded.
This working draft develops guidance on conducting effective evaluations of conflict prevention and peacebuilding work.
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Wikigender is a new interactive website of the OECD Development, allowing users to add, change or comment on the information provided on the pages. It was launched on 7 March 2008.