The OECD regularly organises public consultations and other calls for contribution, but also asks for your opinion through campaigns and surveys.
Civil society organisations are welcome to join our many conferences, meetings and workshops as well as webinars.
According to new evidence from the OECD International Early Learning and Child Well-Being Study, gender norms are evident in what many five-year-olds say about what they want to be when they grow up, leading to imbalanced gender representation in certain fields later on in schooling and in life.
8 March 2021
14 pm (CET)
Follow the press conference of the Interim Economic Outlook with OECD Chief Economist Laurence Boone who will present the latest analysis and projections for the world economy and all G20 countries.
9 March 2021
11 am (CET)
Labour market inequalities are well-known to be the main drivers of the gender pension gap. Join us for a presentation of the study's findings "Towards Improved Retirement Savings Outcomes for Women" and a panel discussion with Q&A on improving retirement outcomes for women.
10 March 2021
4-5:30 pm (CET)
The Plague Cycle by Charles Kenny reveals the relationship between civilisation, globalisation, prosperity, and infectious disease over the past five millennia. It harnesses history, economics, and public health, and charts humanity’s remarkable progress, providing a timely look at the cyclical nature of infectious disease.
11 March 2021
3-4 pm (CET)
Through checklists with concrete climate action, and by pointing to available tools, this guidance aims to support governments and development co-operation in strengthening the resilience of human and natural systems to the impacts of climate change.
19 March 2021
11-12 pm (CET)
Annual global awareness-raising campaign on the importance of ensuring that young people, from an early age, are financially aware, and gradually acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours necessary to make sound financial decisions and ultimately achieve financial well-being and resilience.
22-28 March 2021
The COVID-19 crisis has brought to light an important gap in the availability of insurance coverage for the resulting disruption to business. The event will address the impact on policyholders, the challenges for insurers and the future management of the financial impacts of infectious disease outbreaks.
23-24 March 2021
The Forum will explore the new integrity risks, challenges and opportunities due to COVID-19, as well as identify innovative solutions required to govern and conduct business with integrity, including with respect to responsible business conduct (RBC) standards, and tackle corruption in times of crisis.
23-25 March 2021
Data-driven decision-making and digital governance have taken on renewed importance with COVID-19, yet many countries struggle to fill data gaps. Approaching data as a public good, organised around principles of inclusive data governance, can help to build more resilient national data ecosystems in the face of crises.
29 March- 1 April 2021