OECD Forum 2013, Paris, May 28 - 29, 2013
24.05.2013 / 16:48
What are the greatest challenges we face today – jobs, inequality, economic growth? In the sixth year of the economic crisis, what are governments doing to reduce public debt, rebuild trust and ensure a sustainable future?
The 2013 OECD Forum is a chance to be part of the debate on how to craft better policies and create better lives, focused on three key themes: promoting inclusive growth, rebuilding trust, and fostering sustainability. Held in Paris at the end of May, the OECD Forum has emerged as a major international stakeholder summit. The Forum brings together ministers, business leaders, labour unions, civil society and academia to share policies and ideas. It feeds into the OECD Ministerial Meeting, where government leaders and ministers discuss issues on the global agenda. Since its creation in 2000, more than 15,000 people have already exchanged ideas and experiences. In 2012, there were 1 340 participants from 70 countries, 151 speakers, among them Ministers, CEOs, trade unions, international organisations, civil society representatives and 154 journalists. Together with current and former heads of state and government, Nobel Prize winners, top CEOs, leaders of key non governmental organisations and trade unions, and prominent members of academia and media, . . .
... you too can play your part in helping shape responses to global challenges. On 28-29 May 2013, during OECD Week, at the OECD Conference Centre, Paris, France.