The third meeting of the OECD Task Force on Charting Illicit Trade (TF-CIT) will take place on 30-31 March 2015 in Paris, France. The TF-CIT meets as part of the OECD High Level Risk Forum of the Public Governance Committee. It was set-up to better understand the dynamics of illicit trade, who the actors are, where and how it occurs, the size of the problem and the methods used to conduct it.
The OECD event "Risk Governance and Resilient Cities" will examine how risk governance can better manage complex risks and how to improve the resilience of cities to these risks.
Report highlighting the changing landscape of risk and crisis communications and how social media can be a beneficial tool for crisis managers. The report introduces 12 good practices in social media and crisis communication.
The OECD reviews risk management policies in countries as a part of its work on effective governance policies for risk management. The lessons-learned from these country experiences can be used to develop criteria for managing large-scale hazards and threats.
The OECD’s work on resilience is featured prominently in the Global Risks 2015 report of the World Economic Forum.
Workshop on Improving the Evidence Base on the Costs of Disasters
The OECD Task Force on Countering Illicit Trade (TF-CIT) aims to co-ordinate international expertise in the quantification and mapping of illicit markets to enable a fuller understanding of the connections between different forms of trafficking, and underpin analysis of the public policies that successfully increase economic and societal resilience to this threat.
The workshop on “Learning from crises and fostering the continuous improvement of risk governance and management”, jointly organised with the governments of the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden, was held in Oslo, Norway on 17-18 September 2014.
The focus of the 3rd OECD/Swiss Federal Chancellery workshop on Strategic Crisis Management was to develop transboundary crisis management in support of country efforts to prepare for novel and unanticipated crises.
La Recommandation de l'OCDE sur la gouvernance des risques majeurs est conçue pour aider les décideurs à rendre nos sociétés moins vulnérables et plus résilientes.