The OECD regularly organises public consultations and other calls for contribution, but also asks for your opinion through campaigns and surveys.
Civil society organisations are welcome to join our many conferences, meetings and workshops as well as webinars.
Follow the press conference for the launch of the latest Interim Economic Outlook, containing analysis and projections for the world economy, OECD member countries, G20 countries and key partners, presented by OECD Secretary-General Mathias Cormann and Chief Economist Clare Lombardelli.
19 septembre 2023
11 am (CEST)
The International Conference on Measuring Well-Being “Beyond GDP” in Asia, South-East Asia and Korea aims to share the OECD’s works on complementing macroeconomic indicators like GDP with the OECD Well-Being Framework, and discuss multidimensional approaches to measuring the outcomes that matter to people, focusing on the Asian context.
19-20 September 2023
Now in its 10th year, the Forum discusses action-oriented green and sustainable finance issues. This year's theme will be "Accelerating policy action to close the credibility gap" to take stock of the progress so far and foster discussions on shaping policies and instruments that effectively mobilise finance for transformative investments for the well-being of people and the planet.
2-3 October 2023
This two-day event will foster discussions on investment policy developments. It will also reflect on whether current approaches and practices ensure the full potential of private investment, particularly foreign direct investment (FDI), to support sustainable and regional development, and achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.
7-8 November 2023
This conference will seek to identify effective policy responses to the urgent challenges our democracies face in the information space, focusing on government architecture and coordination mechanisms, efforts to build societal resilience, and regulatory responses.
13-14 November 2023
OECD Conference Centre, Paris
This 2.5 hours self-guided course explains how to advance the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development through decent work and social dialogue, including by showcasing good practices by Global Deal partners and other actors. The training tool was developed by the Global Deal in partnership with the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITCILO).