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Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, global policy forum: Better policies for better lives.
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OECD 2h
For a stronger and more integrated Europe: Tune in for a presentation of the new & euro area economic surveys today at 13:00 CEST at . 📽️ Watch the livestream:
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OECD 3h
Presenting the new economic survey, OECD Secretary-General called for reforms for a stronger & more integrated Europe
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OECD 5h
economic expansion can support greater European integration & ensure stronger, more inclusive long-term ➡️
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OECD 21h
Fete or debt? The 2018 kicks off the old debate about whether events bring benefits
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OECD Jun 18
By 2050, 70% of the world population will live in areas. will need to tackle significant environmental, economic & social challenges associated w/ ➡️
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OECD Jun 18
Those born into low-earning families have much less chance to reach the top than others – sticky floors are still preventing
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OECD Social Jun 15
There is a lack of in our societies. This has economic, societal and political consequences. See the key facts and figures from our latest analysis
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OECD Jun 16
In many countries, remains at a standstill. See how public policies can make our societies more mobile and resilient
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OECD Environment Jun 15
How can we beat ? Read our report and learn how countries determine Best Available Techniques (BAT) to help industrial facilities reduce their emissions to air, water and soil. ➡️
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OECD Jun 15
How do your perceptions of fit with reality? The updated version of the OECD tool is now available, w/ new questions & more countries:
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OECD Jun 15
What are the hopes, dreams and fears we all share? Join the conversation. Share your views on ➡️
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OECD Social Jun 15
Fascinating chart on how many generations it would take children of families to reach the average in their country (almost 5 on average). See the latest analysis on 👉
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OECD Jun 15
: Sweden’s Digital Strategy aims to ensure that “everyone will be able to develop and use his/her digital skills.” How can policy support upgrading skills for the ? See
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OECD Jun 15
As income has ⬆️ since the 1990s, fewer people at the bottom have moved up while the richest have largely kept their fortunes. How can we improve ? See
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OECD Jun 14
How can we work better together to create global change? 🌍 Join the conversation ➡️
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OECD Jun 14
are major drivers of economic & employment, but are increasingly fragmented as more people move to suburbs where density is low. What are the consequences of ? New OECD report ➡️
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OECD Jun 14
rate in the OECD area fell to 5.3% in April 2018 after two months of stability, & decreased for aged 15-24 to 10.9%. by country ➡️
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OECD Jun 14
🏙️ are expanding & growing more fragmented; low-density areas now make up 60% of urban space. How does this affect well-being & the ? 📽️ Watch, then see:
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OECD Jun 13
In 2016, over 95% of 16-24 yr-olds in the OECD used the compared to less than 63% of 55-74 yr-olds
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OECD Social Jun 13
How easy is it for people to move up the social ladder? Find out from the experts and have your say. Register here:
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