Centre de développement

OECD Development Centre Events and Meetings

 

 

Meetings listed below are open to the public unless otherwise indicated.
For further information, please contact : Dev.Contact@oecd.org

  

 2017/2018

 

November  

13 November
Pampanga, Philippines

Launch of the SAEO 2018 on Digital Economy, at the ASEAN Business Investment Summit

14 November
Buenos Aires, Argentina

EMnet meeting on Argentina

15-16 November
Bangkok, Thailand
9th Plenary Meeting of the Policy Dialogue on Global Value Chains
16 November
San Salvador, El Salvador
Launch of the Youth Well-being Policy Review of El Salvador
21-22 November
Paris, France
DevCom Annual Meeting
30 November
Bangkok, Thailand
Launch event – “How Immigrants Contribute to Thailand’s Economy" - ECLM project
December  

16 November
Lilongwe, Malawi

Launch of the Youth Well-being Policy Review of Malawi

January  

16 January
Santiago de Chile, Chile

Launch of the Production Transformation Policy Review of Chile

25-26 January
Paris, France
Final Conference on the Economic Contribution of Labour Migration  - ECLM project
30 January-1 February
Paris, France
9th Plenary Meeting of the Policy Dialogue on Natural Resource-based Development

  
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 * DEV Talks Series

The OECD Development Centre DEV Talks series aims at nurturing the debate on subjects at the crossroads of economic growth and well-being. These sets of meetings are a way for the Centre to engage with individual partners and organisations through the exchange of fresh perspectives and intellectually-provoking ideas.

The series was rolled out in October 2014 just a week after the presidential polls in Brazil, precisely with a focus on the challenges facing newly re-elected Dilma Rousseff. Previous DEV Talks have showcased Jesús Gracia Aldaz, Secretary of State for Latin American Affairs and for International Development Cooperation of Spain, on the topic “Renewed international cooperation priorities for economic and inclusive development in Latin America”, as well as Chilean author Andrés Solimano on his latest book “Economic Elites, Crises and Democracy”.

 



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