Education, social protection and entrepreneurship are among the areas where priority action is needed to halt the slowdown in economic growth and tackle inequality across Latin America, according to the OECD.
A chronological list of the important OECD meetings from 2003 to 2016.
OECD Employment and Labour Ministers meeting in Paris have underlined their commitment to boosting employment, particularly for young people and the long-term unemployed, tackling labour market inequalities and helping people with mental health issues find and stay in work.
OECD Secretary-General Ángel Gurría will open the Policy Forum on the Future of Work on Thursday 14 January 2016 at 10.30 am at OECD headquarters in Paris. More than 300 ministers, academics, entrepreneurs and leading representatives from the business sector and trade unions will discuss how digitisation is shaping the world of work and the implications for skills and labour market policy. This event will be open to media.
In the ten years since the introduction of Seguro Popular, some 50 million Mexicans previously at risk of unaffordable health care bills now have access to health insurance. The OECD Review of Health Systems: Mexico 2016 finds that the share of the population exposed to unaffordable or impoverishing health care costs has fallen from 3.3% to 0.8% of the population in the past decade.
OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría congratulates the World Trade Organization and its members for their accomplishments at the 10th WTO Ministerial in Nairobi.
OECD Unit Labour Cost growth slows to 0.3% in the third quarter of 2015
More equal access to employment services and better co-ordination between the government and social partners could help disadvantaged laid-off workers get back into employment, according to a new OECD report.
Portugal has endeavoured to maintain its foreign aid programme since the economic crisis, but its aid budget has been hit hard and a plan is needed to avoid a further decline and get back on a path towards internationally agreed targets, according to an OECD Review.
G20 GDP growth stable at 0.7% in the third quarter of 2015