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Both the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia's unprovoked, unjustifiable, and illegal war of aggression against Ukraine have exposed pressure points in supply chains. Some of these points are known; many have yet to be better understood.
Countries and firms alike are now reflecting on how to build-up greater supply chain resilience. This OECD Forum virtual event will aim to support these important efforts by allowing for a strategic and solution-oriented discussion between leading stakeholders, to explore how we may best continue harnessing the benefits of globalisation, whilst better addressing its risks.
OECD Forum Series 2022 : Women at the Frontline of the Recovery
Some fear that the impact of the COVD-19 pandemic may be putting back the clock to the 1950s, with many women potentially leaving the labour market forever. This is a key moment to harness our collective awakening to the fact that our economies and societies depend on the paid but also unpaid work in healthcare, childcare, education, long-term care and home care which is largely provided by women, and often by women from minority backgrounds. Drawing on the OECD Forum 2021 virtual event “Building a gender-inclusive recovery”, we will take advantage of this conversation to address what now needs to happen to make sure that women at the frontline of helping all of us through the pandemic get real recognition for their immense contribution to our societies.
OECD Forum Series 2022 - Climate and Health
Climate change has been called the single biggest health threat facing humanity, and the Paris Agreement may well be the most important health agreement of the century.
As governments develop recovery plans from COVID-19, our panel will debate the issues needed to mitigate health risks linked to climate change and find long-term solutions to future challenges.
The New Geography of Work: From Home, Near Home and Beyond
The last two decades have seen thousands of freelancers fulfil tasks remotely, while the Internet was breathing new life into nomadic lifestyles.
But the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated this rise in remote working and millions of businesses and employees have found themselves “going remote” overnight, ushering in a profound reconsideration of the physical constraints linked to the workplace.
Is work from anywhere (WFA) here to stay? What are the implications and what can be done to reimagine geographies of work that benefit all? Watch the replay
Equity in Education: Unlocking Opportunities Throughout Life
With children worldwide struggling with school closures and many adults faced with the task of reskilling, education has been immensely impacted during the pandemic. But the COVID-19 crisis has been an alarm for more than just equal opportunities; it’s also a plea for greater equity in the distribution of respect and status. The future of education lies in providing valued and recognised paths for everyone, whether it is through higher education or professional training programmes. Watch the replay
OECD Forum Series: Delivering a Jobs-rich Recovery
Thanks to vaccine roll outs, some countries around the world are starting to ease COVID-19 restrictions and some are even experiencing a gradual return to “normality”. Yet the lasting and unequal impact of the pandemic on employment is not likely to go away soon. Prospects for the world economy have brightened but this is no ordinary recovery. This OECD Forum panel discussed how we can empower workers and build a jobs-rich recovery for all. Watch the replay
OECD Forum Series 2021: Building a Gender-Equal Recovery
The pandemic has magnified the need to consider gender equality and diversity as an integral part of policy making. Join us to discuss how the recovery can provide an opportunity to effect profound change, taking a more holistic approach to equity and equality – going beyond the traditional “gender” issues – to broader societal priorities that urgently need more inclusive approaches. Watch the replay
Addressing the hidden pandemic: The impact of COVID on Mental Health
An estimated one out of four persons worldwide now suffers from depression. Anxiety levels have been found to have risen in an even greater proportion. As COVID-19 has swept the globe, it is clear that another major health crisis has been marching silently in its footsteps: a mental health pandemic, whose impact may well outlive the virus itself. What can we do to minimise the impacts? Watch the replay
OECD Stakeholder Talks: Shared Values - Building an Inclusive and Sustainable Future
The Stakeholders Talks will bring together voices from governments, international organisations, the private sector and civil society to reflect on the priorities in the fight against the COVID-19 crisis and the actions needed to “build forward better” for an inclusive and sustainable post-COVID-19 world.
16 December 2020
The benefits of a multigenerational workforce: Living, learning and earning longer
15 December 2020
COVID-19: The great digital acceleration
14 December 2020
OECD Leaders' Event
Meet the Author: David Goodhart
A new societal contract for the recovery
3 December 2020
Healthcare in the Digital Age
24 November 2020
International Co-operation and Vaccines
19 November 2020
Communicating on public health and vaccines in a climate of misinformation
30 September 2020
A Green COVID Recovery: the role of Finance
10 September 2020
Schooling in times of COVID-19