Equity permeates the work of the OECD and it has been one of our top priorities for the past decade. Our latest tool, the Framework for Policy Action on Inclusive Growth, provides policy advice to inform action in key areas such as: investing in people and places that have been left behind; providing equal opportunities; and supporting inclusive labour markets, among others. Education remains at the core of these objectives.
On 21-22 September, OECD will join other historical landmarks in opening its doors for the 36th edition of “Journées européennes du Patrimoine” under the theme “Art and Entertainment.”
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A broken social elevator? Key findings for France
"Toute crise prépare la suivante." These words by Michel Camdessus are a warning, but should also be a stimulus for policy, an invitation to be alert, to be in constant reflection, in constant attention, to understand what happened, what is happening and what can happen.
OECD Week 2019 takesplace at OECD Paris Headquarters from 20 May to 23 June, including the OECD Forum, the OECD Ministerial Council Meeting (MCM), BIAC and TUAC's annual General Assemblies, together with a G20/OECD trade conference, a B20 seminar.
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Agricultural research fellowship award grants and international conferences sponsorships of the Co-operative Research Programme (CRP): Biological Resource Management for Sustainable Agricultural Systems; advice for applicants for funding.
International co-operation between Parliamentarians is vital in these challenging times. Many citizens are questioning the value of openness, the multilateral system and even the functionality of our political institutions and democracy itself.
2017 was one of the most turbulent and challenging years for international cooperation. 2018 is not auguring an easier path. But you delivered, and you should be proud.
France Stratègie discussion of OECD report Getting Skills Right: France