Held in Paris every year to coincide with the OECD Ministerial Council Meeting, the OECD Forum has emerged as a major international conference.
Leaders and influencers from all sectors of civil society:
- former and current heads of state and government
- top CEOs
- leaders of key NGOs and trade unions
- prominent members of academia and media
gather to debate the most pressing social and economic challenges confronting society.
Join them to
- gain insights into the global trends and opportunities shaping our societies
- take part in exchanges addressing these challenges
In 2014, there were
1,900 participants from 70 countries
200 speakers, among which Ministers, CEOs, trade unions, international organisations, civil society representatives and academia
200 journalists from 25 countries
When and where?
The OECD Forum 2015 will take place on 2-3 June 2015 during the OECD Week, at the OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France.
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This public event brings together ministers, business, labour, civil society and academia to share policies and ideas. These debates will enrich the Ministerial Meeting, where government leaders and ministers will discuss issues on the global agenda. This year's programme will be available shortly.
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