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Civil society organisations are welcome to join our many conferences, meetings and workshops as well as webinars.
COVID-19 has accelerated the digitalisation of working and social interactions. Based on real-time subnational data and national surveys to analyse mobility patterns in G7 countries, this report will propose short and long-term policy guidance to prepare regions for what may be the “new normal”.
22 June 2021
3 pm (CEST)
The workshop aims to reflect on the growing importance of marine data for society and solutions to make the provision of public marine research data more sustainable. The discussions will be around sustainability issues for data infrastructure and the importance of International co-operation for access to research data.
28 June 2021
1:30-4 pm (CEST)
The pandemic has generated severe challenges to mental health related both to concerns about the infection itself, and to the impact of containment measures imposed in many countries. At the same time, mental health services have been seriously curtailed, leaving many people vulnerable.
29 June 2021
4 pm (CEST)
This 4th roundtable for the SDGs will present the good practices of frontrunner cities and regions on how the SDGs can help in COVID-19 recovery, launch 3 pilot reports on a territorial approach to the SDGs to implement the recommendations on the ground, and shape principles on city-to-city partnerships to localise the SDGs.
29-30 June 2021
12-3 pm (CEST)
Child well-being policies have a key role to play in ensuring that all children get a good start to life and are well prepared for our fast-changing world. Launch of a new report that lays the groundwork for improving child well-being measurement to better inform policies for children. What OECD countries are doing to move the child well-being agenda forward?
1 July 2021
11 am - 12:30 pm (CEST)
Productivity gaps across firms are large and persistent in most countries and sectors. How to narrow these gaps as governments are in the process of shaping the path to the post-crisis economic recovery? The annual conference will focus on skills and digitalisation to reduce existing disparities.
8-9 July 2021
Applications are invited from research scientists working in agriculture, forestry or fisheries for conducting research projects / funding towards a conference (or workshop, symposium, etc) to take place in a member country of the Co-operative Research Programme: Sustainable Agricultural and Food Systems.
Funding in 2022
Apply by 10 September 2021