Cet atelier, qui a eu lieu à Rabat le 3-4 avril 2017, sur la connaissance et l’évaluation des risques au Maroc est le premier d’une série de quatre ateliers thématiques couvrant l’ensemble du cycle de gestion des risques, organisé par l’OCDE conjointement avec le Ministère de l’Intérieur et le Ministère chargé des Affaires Générales et de la Gouvernance, dans le cadre du projet d’appui de l’OCDE pour la gestion des risques au Maroc.
Recent years have witnessed a constant rise in the spread of ICT (information and communication technologies) infrastructure and a growing demand for ICT goods. The production of these goods is knowledge intensive and the industry relies extensively on intellectual property (IP) rights. This strong and growing demand for ICT goods, and their IP dependence, makes them an attractive target for counterfeiters. This study looks at the trade in counterfeit ICT goods, including the size of the trade, the main sources of fake goods, and the countries whose companies are most affected.
OECD Task Force on Countering Illicit Trade (TF-CIT) 2017 meeting
The OECD was part of the multi-stakeholder Advisory Board to help prepare the Global Risks 2017 report.
This publication explores the link between trafficking in persons and corruption. Although many countries have taken considerable steps to combat trafficking in persons, these have not comprehensively focused on the fundamental role that corruption plays in the trafficking process. This publication presents a set of Guiding Principles on Combatting Corruption Related to Trafficking in Persons. These Guiding Principles are a useful guide for any country that is in the process of establishing, modifying or complementing a framework to address trafficking in persons-related corruption. The report includes two cases studies from Thailand and the Philippines, where the practical application and the effectiveness of the Guiding Principles is examined.
Good risk communication is crucial for raising awareness among citizens and business about the risks their countries face. However, many countries have seen their risk communication tools fail in the past, leading to persistently low levels of risk awareness, especially in the absence of recent disasters. This OECD report surveys current trends in risk communication policies and practices across OECD and partner countries. It seeks to understand why risk communication tools have failed and what OECD countries can do to improve the effectiveness of their risk communication policies. Based on an OECD-wide survey, the report evaluates the degree to which countries have used risk communication tools to not only increase risk awareness, but to inform stakeholders about potential preparedness and prevention measures they can take to boost their resilience to future risks.
This tooklit is a collection of good practices to help co-operation and exchange of ideas across countries on risk governance policies.
The Paris floods are another call to action for the international community. Preventing such shocks from happening and limiting the damage they cause should be a public policy priority.
L'OCDE a présenté les principales conclusions et recommandations de l'examen des politiques de gestion des risques au Maroc. L’étude d’identifie à la fois les succès et points forts du système existant, mais aussi les défis restant à relever afin d’améliorer son fonctionnement et ainsi consolider la résilience du Maroc face aux risques majeurs.
This year’s workshop on strategic crisis management examined how countries develop crisis communication and sense-making capacities.