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  • 10-October-2011

    English

    Addressing the social impact of the crisis

    Urgent action must be taken by the governments to tackle high unemployment and growing inequality. Good-quality social policies, particularly those addressed to the most vulnerable, should be seen as sound investments to promote economic growth and well-being, according to Angel Gurría.

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  • 7-October-2011

    English

    Joint OECD consultation on Child Well-being 2011

    The purpose of this consultation is to develop a shared understanding of a set of data that countries should monitor in order to inform policies for children’s well-being.

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  • 7-October-2011

    English

    Integrated Services and Housing Consultation, November 2012

    The purpose of this consultation is to develop a shared understanding of a set of data that countries should monitor in order to inform policies for children’s well-being.

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  • 5-October-2011

    English

    OECD Debate at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe

    Tackling the employment challenge and the rise in inequality, the most urgent issues for policy-makers, could be achieved within the current public budgets by using more in-work benefits, or improving equal access and quality of education and training said Angel Gurría.

  • 27-septembre-2011

    Français

    Déclaration commune de M. Angel Gurría, Secrétaire général de l’OCDE, et de M. Juan Somavia, Directeur général de l’OIT, à l’occasion de la Ministérielle du G20 sur l’emploi

    "Dans le monde entier, 200 millions de personnes sont actuellement sans emploi, ce qui est proche du niveau record enregistré au plus fort de la Grande récession." ont rappelé l'OCDE et l'OIT lors de de la Ministérielle du G20 sur l’emploi.

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  • 27-September-2011

    English

    G20 Labour and Employment Ministers’ Meeting (26/09/2011)

    Policies that promote job creation, better job opportunities and well-functioning social safety nets are crucial for helping the many who are still struggling to find jobs. These policies are not just spending items in a strained public budget. They are a vital social investment for the future, to help move our economies onto a path of sustainable economic growth and well-being.

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  • 13-septembre-2011

    Français

    Japon : Réformer le marché du travail pour stimuler la croissance et améliorer l’équité

    Les pratiques traditionnellement suivies au Japon sur le marché du travail, bénéfiques aussi bien aux travailleurs qu’aux entreprises en période de forte croissance, ne sont plus de mise dans un contexte de ralentissement de la croissance économique et de vieillissement rapide de la population.

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  • 13-septembre-2011

    Français

    Japon : La réforme de l’enseignement

    Le Japon obtient d’excellents résultats aux tests du PISA, mais il est néanmoins important d’améliorer encore les performances de l’enseignement afin de soutenir la croissance face au vieillissement rapide de la population.

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  • 6-September-2011

    English

    Redistribution Policy and Inequality Reduction in OECD Countries: What Has Changed in Two Decades? (OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers No. 122)

    A range of data sources are used to assess if, and to what extent, government redistribution policies have slowed or accelerated the trend towards greater income disparities in the past 20-25 years.

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  • 6-September-2011

    English

    Early Maternal Employment and Child Development in Five OECD Countries (OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers No. 118)

    There is a long-running debate on possible negative effects of maternal employment on child development. For the first time, this paper presents an initial comparative analysis of longitudinal data on maternal employment patterns after birth on child cognitive and behavioural development.

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