Upcoming events

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JULY


9    Launch of OECD Employment Outlook 2015, Paris, France.


11  World Population Day


15  Launch of OECD Digital Economy Outlook 2015.
      


13-16  3rd International Conference on Financing for Development, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 


17   Launch of OECD Economic Surveys: South Africa 2015


20-31 6th International Summer School for co-operation and local development for Latin American
           countries, Trento, Italy.


AUGUST


12       International Youth Day


23-28  World Water Week, Stockholm, Sweden.


28-29  World Assembly for Women, Tokyo, Japan


SEPTEMBER


1      Launch of OECD Economic Surveys: Iceland 2015


3-4   G20 Employment working group meeting, Ankara, Turkey.


4-5   G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting, Ankara, Turkey.


15     International Day of Democracy


15-16 Workshop on measuring inequalities of income and wealth, Berlin, Germany.

SEPTEMBER


15-28   70th session of the UN General Assembly, New York City, US.


19-20   European Heritage Days


25-27   United Nations summit for the adoption of   the post-2015 development agenda (Sustainable
            Development Goals), New York City, US.


OCTOBER


 2         G20 Energy Ministers meeting, Istanbul, Turkey.


5-6       G20 Trade Ministers meeting, Istanbul, Turkey.


12-14   Global Economic Symposium, Kiel, Germany.


12-15   13th European week of Regions and Cities, Brussels, Belgium.


13-15    5th World Forum on Statitsics, Knowledge and Policy: Transforming Policy, Changing Lives,
             Guadalajara, Mexico.


14-16    Women's Forum Global Meeting 2015, Deauville, France.


15-16    DevCom Annual Meeting and Workshop on development communication and the
             Sustainable Development Goals


16         6th OECD Roundtable of Mayors and Ministers, Mexico City, Mexico.


29-30    14th OECD Global Forum on competition, Paris, France.


NOVEMBER


15-16    G20 Leaders Summit, Antalya, Turkey.       


30 Nov-11 Dec  UN Climate Change Conference (21st Conference 25 of the Parties, COP 21), Paris,
                         France.

 

Please note that many of the OECD meetings mentioned are not open to the public or the media and are listed as a guide only. All meetings are in Paris unless otherwise stated. For a comprehensive list, see the OECD website at www.oecd.org/newsroom/upcomingevents

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