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  • 27-May-2016

    English

    Multi-dimensional Review of Myanmar - Volume 3. From Analysis to Action

    Myanmar is in need of a structural transformation from an agrarian economy to one based more on a mix of modern activities, including manufacturing and services. Modernising the agricultural sector by building linkages to complementary non-agricultural activities – an “agricultural value chain” approach – could set in motion this process of structural transformation. Furthermore, given Myanmar’s level of economic development, its large rural population and the weight of agriculture in the economy, a development strategy that puts agriculture and rural development at its core has the potential to make a significant positive impact for millions. This third report of the Multi-dimensional Review of Myanmar synthesises the findings and recommendations from the first two reports according to the following priorities as defined by stakeholders in Myanmar: supporting the agri-food sector’s ability to respond to market demand for quality products; introducing innovative models of delivering extension services and training to upgrade agronomic and technical skills; providing the conditions for a vibrant financial system that meet the needs of rural areas; strengthening land rights; engaging citizens in the policy making process; and managing and maximising the benefits of emigration from rural areas.

  • 29-April-2016

    English

    Adopting a Territorial Approach to Food Security and Nutrition Policy

    Food insecurity and malnutrition are major international concerns, especially in rural areas. At the global scale, they have received considerable attention and investment, but the results achieved so far have been mixed. Some countries have made progress at the national level, but still have many citizens who are food insecure, often concentrated in specific geographic areas. Food insecurity and poverty are highly interlinked and have a strong territorial dimension. To provide effective long-term solutions, policy responses must therefore be tailored to the specific challenges of each territory, taking into account a multidimensional response that includes food availability, access, utilisation and stability. This report highlights five case studies and the OECD New Rural Paradigm, presenting an effective framework for addressing food insecurity and malnutrition.
     

  • 26-April-2016

    English

    An Action Plan for the SDGs

    Two numbers convey the dramatic truth and enormous challenge behind the Agenda for 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): One billion people live on less than USD 2 a day. 1% of the world’s population consumes roughly 30% of its resources. Think about those numbers. They are absurd. But they can be changed if the world comes together to achieve the SDGs set forth by the United Nations in September 2015.

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  • 21-avril-2016

    Français

    Le Centre de développement de l’OCDE lance une boîte à outils visant à s’attaquer à la corruption dans la chaîne de valeur des industries extractives lors du Forum de l’OCDE sur l’intégrité 2016

    Le rapport Typology of risks, mitigation measures and incentives in the extractive chain est le premier outil analytique qui propose une analyse factuelle visant à mieux comprendre de quelle manière la corruption – définie comme l’abus de fonctions publiques ou privées pour un bénéfice personnel – fonctionne sur l’ensemble de la chaîne de valeur des industries extractives -mines, pétrole et gaz.

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  • 20-April-2016

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    Skills in Ibero-America: Insights from PISA 2012

    Despite the progress observed by PISA over the last decade, Latin American education systems still have a long way to go to reach world class standards. Ibero-American countries will also need to rethink their instructional system to better anticipate the knowledge and skills it will need to reignite its economy.

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  • 19-April-2016

    English

    Global Skill Partnerships: A proposal for technical training in a mobile world

    Migration can have benefits for everyone involved, but this is far from automatic. It requires new institutions, institutions designed for a world that moves. We propose Global Skill Partnerships (GSP) as a new way to make skilled migration more beneficial to migrant-destination countries, origin countries and migrants.

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  • 15-April-2016

    Japanese

    日本、OECD開発センターへの復帰の意図を表明

    OECD開発センターの設立当初の加盟国の一つであった日本は、同センターに復帰する意図を表明しました。安倍総理大臣及び岸田外務大臣は、今週初め、訪日中のグリアOECD事務総長及びペッツィーニ開発センター所長に対し、日本側の意図を確認しました。

  • 14-avril-2016

    Français

    Le Japon va revenir au Centre de développement de l'OCDE

    Le Japon, l'un des membres fondateurs du Centre de développement de l'OCDE, a fait part de son intention de faire son retour en tant que membre. Le Premier ministre Shinzo Abe et le ministre des Affaires étrangères Fumio Kishida ont confirmé l'engagement.

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  • 12-April-2016

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    Building a GPS for the SDGs: The OECD’s data response to the SDGs

    World leaders have endorsed 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These comprise some 169 targets in fields ranging from poverty and hunger to equality and climate action to peace and justice. To know where we are starting from, whether we’re making progress, and what we need to improve, we will need good data for governments to make evidence-based decisions and for citizens to hold them to account.

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  • 5-April-2016

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    SDG data discussion: what next?

    After months of intense discussions, representatives from more than 190 national statistical offices agreed on a global monitoring framework for the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The 17 goals and 169 targets of the framework will be complemented by 230 indicators. This is a huge achievement given the complex political and technical challenges that had to be solved to reach a consensus.

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