Social media at the OECD

 

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Follow live tweets: Each Forum session will be live-tweeted on a corporate OECD Twitter account. @OECDlive will post content from sessions, plus Vines, Periscopes, Instagram, and Sharingbox.

See the Forum 2016 Tweetsheet   

Make your voice heard: All keynote sessions will be webcast live via our Forum website, with the possibility to engage directly online, via Twitter or Wisembly

To use Wisembly in sessions, you'll need the right hashtag for each room: #OECDblue  #OECDgreen  #OECDred  

Engage with Forum speakers: See what they are saying, and respond on Twitter via our Twitter speaker's list

Stop by our social media stand: We're in the Conference Centre if you need assistance, with documentation and projection of social media content, including tweet streams, photos and videos.

 

 

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We use social media to share our statistics, publications and events, to listen to your feedback, and to engage with you on the issues of the day. What we learn from you contributes to our daily work on the international stage, to help create better policies for better lives.

 

TWITTER : @OECD  @OECDlive  More OECD accounts on TWITTER by topic, country & language

FACEBOOK : /theoecd  More OECD accounts on FACEBOOK by topic, country & language

YOUTUBE : /oecden  More OECD accounts on YOUTUBE by topic & language


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