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Upcoming events

30 March 2021 (Date to be confirmed)

OECD Forum Series 2021: Gender Equality and the 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. Register here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forum Network: Thought leaders share their perspectives on the COVID-19 crisis

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Created in 2000, the annual OECD Forum provides an opportunity for engagement with stakeholders from all sectors in society, ranging from government to business, trade unions, civil society, academia and media.

As a partner, you will be able to connect, reflect and exchange on the key issues on the international agenda; you will bring your perspectives and contributions to discussions, and benefit from exposure to a wide range of audiences and global media coverage.

Learn more about our partnership / sponsorship opportunities.

Ministerial Council Meeting 2020

 

The 2020 Ministerial Council Meeting was chaired by Spain with Chile, Japan and New Zealand as vice-chairs. It gathered Leaders and Ministers on 28-29 October in virtual format.

Leaders and Ministers discussed their priorities for domestic recovery plans and their expectations for international co-operation in support of a strong, resilient, green and inclusive recovery. 

They also discussed the role that the OECD can play in supporting member and partner countriesin these challenging times in policy areas ranging from macroeconomic policies, to employment and social protection, trade and investment or the actions needed for a green recovery.

Read the 2020 Ministerial Council Statement: A strong, resilient, inclusive and sustainable recovery from COVID-19

OECD 60th Anniversary

The OECD is reaching its 60th Anniversary in a unique and challenging context. As the world confronts the worst health, economic and social crisis since the 1930s, the OECD is once again rising to the challenge to support its Member countries and the global community in their response to the crisis and their efforts to foster a strong, resilient, inclusive and sustainable recovery.

Join us for the start of the celebrations of the OECD’s 60th anniversary on 14 December 2020, alongside leaders and key stakeholders.