Help us reduce waste!
Take part in our efforts to make our events as green and sustainable as possible by:
- Joining the meeting virtually or traveling to Paris by train and using public transport to arrive at the venue.
- Bringing your own re-usable water bottle.
- Re-using your cup.
- Consulting meeting documentation on the event's dedicated website.
Getting to the OECD
- Line 9, La Muette station (9 minutes by foot)
- RER C, Avenue Henri Martin (7 minutes by foot) or Boulainvilliers station (11 minutes by foot)
Plan your itinerary via public transportation: RATP
- 22, 32, 52, 63, PC1
- La Muette-Boulainvilliers
- Octave feuillet
- Porte de La Muette
- Vélib-metrople. An alternative way to move in Paris
- Compulsory registration is required to attend the Forum in person. Please use this link to register.
On the day of the event:
- To collect your OECD entry badge when you arrive at the OECD Centre, you will need to present an identity card or passport and a copy of the email confirming your registration. Badges will be delivered at the Welcome Desk as of 8.00 am.
- Due to the sanitary restrictions in place, security regulations and registration formalities might take longer than usual. Please allow a minimum of 30-45 minutes for the registration. The meetings will start on time indicated on the agenda section of this site. Please plan to be seated in the room at least 5 minutes before the start of each session.
- For security reasons, you must wear your visitor's badge at all times.
Please note the information below is correct at the time of circulation. Details and protocols are, however, subject to change according to the evolution of the health situation, and we will inform you accordingly.
- In line with French COVID-related guidance issued on 14 March 2022, access to OECD premises is no longer subject to the pass sanitaire and wearing a mask onsite is not mandatory, although it is highly recommended.
- We invite you to regularly consult the dedicated websites from the Ministry for Europe and International Affairs (ENG) and the Ministry of Health and Prevention (FR) for updated information.
Visas and financial support
Please note that the OECD cannot organise a visa on your behalf but can provide you with a personalised invitation letter. To find out if you need a visa:
- European Union citizens do not require a visa for entry into France.
- Non-EU citizens should consult the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs website.
No financial support is available for participants' travel to and stay in Paris.
We strongly encourage participants lacking the necessary financial resources to seek sources of funding upon receipt of this invitation letter.
This information is provided for convenience only and does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the OECD of the services of a particular hotel. The OECD has made no verification and makes no express or implied representation as to the quality or availability of the hotel services. We suggest that you verify the nature of the services, the applicable rates and any other relevant information directly with the hotel.
A client code is provided as it is sometimes required to benefit from the discount. Delegates and visitors may be asked to present an OECD invitation letter to the hotel desk.