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Education equity and the lessons of the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic forced school closures in nearly all countries in 2020, with as much as 55 in-person learning days lost for young children and as many as 100 days lost for high school students. The impact of this disproportionately affected those from disadvantaged backgrounds, who were more likely to lack the resources for effective remote learning. The need to strengthen educational opportunities is not new, but the impact of COVID-19 on learning has made this challenge even more pressing. Marie-Helene Doumet, senior analyst for education and skills at the OECD, discusses lessons learned from the pandemic and what governments can do to support equity in education. Find out more: https://www.oecd.org/coronavirus/en/education-equity. Host: Kate Lancaster Guest: Marie-Helene Doumet Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2021-09-22
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Repenser l?équité dans l?éducation : Le COVID, révélateur et catalyseur ?

Depuis le début de la pandémie, les fermetures d?écoles ont été nombreuses à travers le monde : la scolarisation de plus d?un milliard d?élèves s?en est trouvée suspendue. Après 18 mois de pandémie, force est de constater que les élèves les plus défavorisés ont été les plus pénalisés. Où en sommes-nous ? Peut-on faire émerger quelque chose de positif de cette crise sans précédent ? Le COVID peut-il être un révélateur et un catalyseur pour repenser l?équité dans l?éducation ? Éric Charbonnier, analyste à la Direction de l'éducation et des compétences de l?OCDE dresse un bilan éloquent de la situation. Qu?il parle de la France, de la Belgique, de la Suisse, du Luxembourg ou encore du Canada, son analyse est aussi objective que constructive. Plus que jamais, il est essentiel de rendre l?éducation aussi pertinente qu?équitable pour préparer tous les jeunes à relever les défis à venir. Un tour d?horizon instructif, éclairé par les bonnes pratiques internationales? Invité : Eric Charbonnier Animation : Anne-Lise Prigent Production : Robin Allison Davis Pour en savoir plus : L'équité dans l?éducation : https://www.oecd.org/coronavirus/fr/education-equitable Pour s?abonner à la lettre d?information de l?OCDE : https://oe.cd/3JD Suivez-nous sur les réseaux sociaux : www.oecd.org/social-media © Podcasts de l?OCDE 2021
2021-09-22
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Révolution dans la fiscalité internationale : la justice fiscale en action ? avec Pascal Saint-Amans

Début juillet 2021, plus de 130 pays et juridictions sont parvenus à un accord sur une refonte radicale du système fiscal international. Cet accord vise à faire en sorte que les entreprises multinationales paient une juste part de l?impôt partout où elles exercent des activités. Il actualise des composantes fondamentales d?un système fiscal international presque centenaire qui n?est plus adapté à l?économie mondialisée et numérisée du XXIe siècle. Il entend également limiter la concurrence fiscale en instaurant un impôt minimum sur les sociétés au niveau international. Dans ce podcast, Pascal Saint-Amans nous aide à prendre la mesure de cette formidable avancée fiscale, et nous en dessine les contours de manière limpide et pédagogique. Il nous y parle également d?environnement, de francophonie et de ce qui l?inspire pour contribuer à changer le monde. Un podcast au dynamisme communicatif - à mettre entre toutes les oreilles ! Invité : Pascal Saint-Amans, Directeur du Centre de politique et d'administration fiscales de l?OCDE Animation : Anne-Lise Prigent Production : Robin Davis Pour en savoir plus : Érosion de la base d'imposition et transfert de bénéfices - https://www.oecd.org/fr/fiscalite/beps Pour s?abonner à la lettre d?information de l?OCDE : https://oe.cd/3JD Suivez-nous sur les réseaux sociaux : www.oecd.org/social-media © Podcasts de l?OCDE 2021
2021-09-06
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Artificial Intelligence: Managing the ethical challenges

If a self-driving car gets into an accident, who?s to blame ? the person in the car, or the technology powering the vehicle? What about the manufacturer? If an automated job-search tool discriminates based on race or gender, who?s at fault ? the software, or the company? We look at the complex ethical challenges central to AI, the fundamental philosophical questions ? about human?s relationship with technology ? and more practical concerns, about how to best regulate these new tools. This is the final episode in a series on artificial intelligence, brought to you by the OECD?s Global Parliamentary Network and the European Parliament?s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA). Guests: Anna-Michelle Asimakopoulou , Lorena Jaume-Palasi, Host: Karina Piser Producer: Samia Basille To learn more about the EU Parliament?s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology?s work on AI, go to: www.europarl.europa.eu/stoa/en/home/highlights To learn more about the OECD?s work on AI, go to: oecd.ai Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media ©OECD Podcast 2021.
2021-07-28
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Migrant integration: How Handbook Germany community builds to overcome barriers

Effective communication is key when it comes to helping migrants get to know their host country, integrate in their local communities and have access to essential public services. What are best practices in communication with migrants? How can communicators successfully establish interactive spaces online to respond to migrants? information needs? And how can governments make sure to reach particularly vulnerable migrant groups in times of crisis? Mahdis Amiri, English Editor of the media outlet Handbook Germany, talks about their innovative approach to provide essential news and information to migrants. This podcast is part of the OECD?s NETCOM project, the Network of Communication Officers on Migration. It brings together communication officers and political advisers working in OECD member governments, along with other interested stakeholders, to discuss communication objectives and challenges in the area of migration and integration. Guests: Mahdis Amiri, Handbook Germany Host: Robin Allison Davis To learn more about the OECD's work on migrant integration communications, go to: www.oecd.org/migration/netcom To learn more about Handbook Germany, go to: www.handbookgermany.de Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media ©OECD Podcast 2021
2021-07-22
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Global digital tax deal: A multilateral solution to end corporate tax avoidance

Over 130 countries and jurisdictions, representing more than 90% of global GDP, joined a new agreement in July 2021 to reform the international taxation rules and ensure that multinational enterprises pay a fair share of tax wherever they operate. This global tax deal ? the outcome of negotiations co-ordinated by the OECD for much of the last decade ? updates key elements of the century-old international tax system which is no longer fit for purpose in a globalised and digitalised 21st century economy and puts a floor on tax competition by setting a global minimum corporate tax. Guests: Pascal Saint-Amans Host: Lawrence Speer Producer: Robin Allison Davis To learn more about the OECD's work on tax, go to: www.oecd.org/tax/beps Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media ©OECD Podcast 2021
2021-07-16
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Truth Hurts: The unknown brain injuries of domestic violence survivors

Pioneering research is showing that brain trauma is pervasive in cases of domestic violence against women. Depression, anxiety, memory loss, disorientation, and sleep problems are all potential symptoms of someone who has experienced a traumatic brain injury. Recognising and treating brain injuries is key to help survivors of domestic violence. In the second episode of the OECD podcast series ?Truth Hurts? Eve Valera, Associate Professor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School shares with Monika Queisser her research on brain trauma and women who have survived domestic abuse and why it is so important to raise awareness with policy makers, women?s shelters, and first-responders. Guest: Eve Valera Host: Monika Queisser Producer: Samia Basille To learn more about the OECD?s work on violence against women, please go to www.oecd.org/gender. Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media ©OECD Podcast 2021
2021-07-15
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Artificial Intelligence: Regulation Can Support Innovation

In April 2021, the European Union unveiled a proposal for unprecedented regulations on the use of AI technologies ? with implications for companies, governments, and citizens alike. The tide seems to be shifting, with private companies facing increasing scrutiny. We will hear how regulation can promote innovation, and how citizens can be brought into the discussion. This episode is the second in a series on artificial intelligence, brought to you by the OECD?s Global Parliamentary Network and the European Parliament?s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA). Guests: Deirdre Clune, Lina Galvez Munoz, Andrea Renda Host: Karina Piser Producer: Samia Basille To learn more about the EU Parliament?s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology?s work on AI, go to: www.europarl.europa.eu/stoa/en/home/highlights To learn more about the OECD?s work on AI, go to: oecd.ai Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media ©OECD Podcast 2021
2021-06-18
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Globalisation, prosperity and fairness: Lessons from Ireland

Promoting economic and social progress throughout the world has been the aim of the OECD since it opened in September 1961. One member country that has embodied this goal since the outset is Ireland. Its strong economic performances, the quality of life and its appeal to global investors are just some illustrations of this. So, as we build the post-pandemic world, what lessons can we draw from Ireland? For instance, is globalisation a problem or the solution? In March, to help mark the organisation?s 60th anniversary and also to mark another global celebration, Saint Patrick?s Day, OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría and Ireland?s Finance Minister Paschal Donohue sat down with Harvard economist Megan Greene to discuss such questions. This OECD Podcast presents the highlights of their online conversation, and includes insights on ongoing talks about digital tax in an integrated world. The event was introduced by Ambassador Dermot Nolan, Ireland?s permanent representative to the OECD. Host & editor: Rory Clarke Executive Producer: Robin Allison Davis Editor: Samia Basille
2021-05-28
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Keeping control over AI requires work. Cooperation matters.

Artificial Intelligence is everywhere you look, from mapping our route to targeting advertisements. But how can we maintain agency and ensure AI is trustworthy when it is developing so much faster than policy? What role should the European Parliament and national governments play to regulate these technologies, and what value would international cooperation bring? We?ll answer these questions with Eva Kaili, Greek MEP and Chair of the European Parliament?s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology; Anthony Gooch, Director of the OECD?s Public Affairs and Communications Directorate and chair of the Global Parliamentary Network; Jeremias Prassl, AI expert and Deputy Director of the Institute of European and Comparative Law in the University of Oxford; and Kate Crawford, AI scholar and author of the book ?The Atlas of AI: Power, Politics, and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence?. This podcast is first in a series on artificial intelligence, brought to you by the OECD?s Global Parliamentary Network and the European Parliament?s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology, also known as STOA. Guests: Eva Kaili, Anthony Gooch, Jeremias Prassl, Kate Crawford Host: Robin Allison Davis To learn more about the EU Parliament?s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology?s work on AI, go to: https://www.europarl.europa.eu/stoa/en/home/highlights To learn more about the OECD?s work on AI, go to: https://oecd.ai Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media ©OECD Podcast 2021
2021-05-20
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Truth Hurts: Sheltering from domestic violence

Violence against women is one of the most widespread, persistent and devastating human rights violations in the world. More than one in three women worldwide say they experienced physical or sexual violence in their lifetime. The pandemic has made things worse: confinement trapped millions of women around the world at home with their abusers. In the first episode of the OECD podcast series ?Truth Hurts? Charlotte Kneer, CEO of Reigate and Barnstead Women?s Aid, tells Monika Queisser how her personal experience with intimate partner violence brought her to running shelters, why it can be so difficult to leave an abusive relationship, and what governments must do to prevent domestic violence against women and offer better support for survivors. Guest: Charlotte Kneer, Charlotte Kneer, CEO of Reigate and Barnstead Women?s Aid Host: Monika Queisser Producer: Samia Basille To learn more about the OECD?s work on violence against women, please go to www.oecd.org/gender. Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media ©OECD Podcast 2021
2021-05-04
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Why ending racial inequality is vital for COVID-19 recovery, with Valerie Wilson

The COVID-19 pandemic has not affected everyone equally, and people of colour have paid a particularly high price, whether in terms of lives lost among vulnerable frontline workers or higher unemployment and economic hardship, or even by being left out of vaccine rollouts. The coronavirus crisis has exposed the need to step up the fight against racism and discrimination, spurred on by global protests and campaigns such as Black Lives Matter, and the OECD is urging policymakers to make sure everyone gets their fair share in the economic recovery phase. Valerie Wilson, Director of the Economic Policy Institute?s Program on Race, Ethnicity and the Economy in the United States, spoke with Robin Davis about what must be done to put an end to these racial injustices once and for all. Guest: Valerie Wilson, Director of the Economic Policy Institute?s Program on Race, Ethnicity and the Economy Host: Robin Allison Davis Production Team: Samia Basille, Editor; Rory Clarke To learn more on the OECD's work on inequality, go to: www.oecd.org/WISE To learn more on the OECD's work on the Covid-19 pandemic, go to: www.oecd.org/coronavirus Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media ©OECD Podcast 2021
2021-03-29
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Fighting gender inequality in cities: Lessons from women in leadership

International Women's Day on 8 March is particularly important this year, as COVID-19 threatens decades of progress towards gender equality. In this tale of two different cities, and in association with the OECD Champion Mayors initiative, Karina Piser talks to Mayor Lisa Helps of Victoria, British Columbia in Canada, and Diana Rodriguez Franco, the Secretary of Women's Issues in Bogotá, Colombia, about the challenges they face, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and the progress they have made in the fight against discrimination. They explain how women in leadership make a difference. To learn more about the OECD's Gender initiative, visit: www.oecd.org/gender To learn more about the OECD's Champion Mayors initiative, visit: http://www.oecd-inclusive.com/champion-mayors Host: Karina Piser Guests: Lisa Helps and Diana Rodriguez Franco Producer: Samia Basille, Rory Clarke Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2021-03-08
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Tax in a digital world: Why new international rules matter for everyone

Globalisation has brought major benefits for businesses, but at the same time it has enabled large multinational firms to book their profits in countries with low or no tax, rather than where they carry out their business activity. Governments lose out because shifting profits in this way can erode the tax base. Moreover, the digital economy adds to the challenge of working out how much international companies owe in tax and to which countries, in part because digital firms may not have a physical presence in the places they do business in. The OECD, which launched the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) initiative in 2013, has been leading international talks to address these issues, and is aiming towards a landmark agreement on new tax rules in 2021. Grace Perez-Navarro, deputy director of the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, explains the issues. To learn more about the OECD's initiatives on tax, visit: https://www.oecd.org/tax To learn more about the OECD's initiatives on tax, visit: https://www.oecd.org/tax Host: Rory Clarke Guest: Grace Perez-Navarro Producer: Samia Basille Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2021-02-18
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Covid-19: Vaccines, public confidence and international co-operation

The Covid-19 vaccine is finally here. Finding the vaccine was the first step, but the Covid-19 pandemic poses many challenges about international cooperation and distributing a vaccine, public confidence, digitalisation in health care and many more. How can we produce enough vaccines to make an impact? How can we ensure that the vaccine is accessible for everyone? And once accessible, does the general public have enough trust in the vaccine to take it? To learn more on the OECD's work on the Covid-19 pandemic, go to: https://www.oecd.org/coronavirus Host: Robin Allison Davis Interviewees: Mark Pearson, OECD Deputy Director of Employment, Labour and Social Affairs Seth Berkeley, CEO, GAVI Joanne Liu, International Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response Melissa Fleming, UN Under-Secretary General for Global Communications Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-12-23
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What data and digitalisation could mean for your democratic future with Shoshana Zuboff

Shoshana Zuboff is the author of The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: A Fight for a Human Future and the New Frontier of Power. Her book's release is very timely considering the impact of COVID-19. Collection and use of private data have expanded, bringing privacy concerns even further to the fore. What does the digital acceleration in this pandemic mean for our future? Shoshana Zuboff spoke with Anthony Gooch, Director of the OECD's Public Affairs and Communications directorate, for a podcast hosted during OECD's 2020 Forum Virtual Events to mark the OECD's 60th anniversary. Host: Anthony Gooch Interviewee: Shoshana Zuboff, author of "The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: A Fight for a Human Future and the New Frontier of Power" Producers: Robin Allison Davis, Samia Basille Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-12-19
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All about AI: Should we be concerned about artificial intelligence?

Machine learning, or artificial intelligence, can be traced back to the 1950s, but really leapt forward in the last decade or so thanks to more powerful computing. AI is at the wheel when it comes to driverless cars, and is used by farmers to monitor crops, and by the police to solve crime. It has promise in health care too, including to better detect COVID-19. Could AI go too far, as machines teach machines, and even learning human emotions and tastes, yet with very little control by human beings. Policymakers are now taking AI seriously, to safeguard public interests, and to develop AI sensibly, as well as intelligently. The OECD AI Observatory is working to help make sure that AI does not evolve alone and keeps the human touch. To find out more, go to www.oecd.ai Hosts: Robin Allison Davis, Shayne Maclachlan, Clara Young Producer: Rory Clarke, Robin Allison Davis Guests: Audrey Plonk, Head of OECD Digital Economy Policy Division, Kathleen Walch, Cognilytica Principal Analyst, Jack Clark, Open AI Head of Policy Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-11-19
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L?éducation à l?épreuve du COVID-19 : où en sommes-nous ? Avec Éric Charbonnier, OCDE

Après le tournant du confinement et une rentrée pleine d?incertitudes, où en sommes-nous ? Qu?a révélé cette crise du COVID du système éducatif en France et ailleurs ? Comment poursuivre la lutte contre les inégalités dans le sillage des fermetures d?école ? N?avons-nous pas tendance à attendre tout des enseignants alors que les alliances éducatives avec les parents et les acteurs de terrain sont essentielles ? Quid du salaire des professeurs des écoles et du statut des directeurs ? Du numérique aux compétences du 21e siècle en passant par l?enseignement professionnel, Eric Charbonnier, expert en éducation à l?OCDE, jette sur notre système éducatif un regard constructif, dans une perspective ouverte sur le monde. Un tour d?horizon lumineux. www.oecd.org/coronavirus/fr/ Host: Anne-Lise Prigent Productrice: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-10-05
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Back to school in the Covid-19 era with OECD's Andreas Schleicher

Back to school? Or not back to school? That is the question?. In the first half of 2020, 188 countries temporarily closed their schools to slow down the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Suddenly, more than 1.5 billion young people were on their own or following classes online. Many school re-openings since then have continued to be disrupted by the virus: some have had to switch back to remote learning just days after resuming classes as infection rates ramped up. What are the trade-offs between getting kids back to school and keeping communities healthy? How can schools adapt to the coronavirus? And will this virus radically and permanently change the way we learn and teach? Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills at the OECD, weighs in. To learn more, go to: www.oecd.org/education For more information on Covid-19, go to: www.oecd.org/coronavirus Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-09-02
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Earth?s sustainability depends on cities: a talk with the mayor of Bonn

Are cities our best hope for the planet? Ashok Sridharan, mayor of Bonn, Germany, thinks so. Part of the OECD?s Champion Mayors for Inclusive Growth Initiative, Bonn is pursuing sustainable development in things like energy, transport and housing, while addressing the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. With half of the world?s population living in urban areas, which produce half of global waste, 80% of greenhouse gas emissions and over 70% of energy-related carbon emissions, what happens in cities is likely to determine our future. For more information on the Champion Mayors program, go to: http://www.oecd-inclusive.com/champion-mayors/ Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-08-14
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Keeping trade on track to fight COVID-19 with OECD?s Julia Nielson

Trade tensions have been steadily ramping up. Brexit is rife with uncertainty and the COVID-19 pandemic has added new turbulence with lockdowns and radically changing consumer demand. But now is precisely the time when the world needs to come together on trade says Julia Nielson, deputy director of the OECD Trade and Agriculture Directorate. To learn more about the OECD's work on Covid-19, go to: www.oecd.org/coronavirus Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-08-05
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How to survive the jobs shakeout? Skills, skills, skills, says Randstad's Jacques van den Broek

Covid-19 has upended the jobs market. More than ever, people need to retrain to adapt to the change and loss in jobs. Governments and businesses require data to pinpoint what kinds of jobs the economy needs and what skills are missing, and then invest. Jacques van den Broek is the CEO and executive chair of the Executive Board of Randstad, a global leader in Human Resources services. For more information, go to: www.oecd.org/coronavirus Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-07-15
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Overcoming the Covid-19 jobs crisis

In early 2020, the employment rate in OECD countries hit a new record high, after the decade-long recovery from the 2008 financial crisis. Then the coronavirus pandemic hit, with millions of people unable to go to work, an exceptionally stark drop in economic activity and unprecedented job losses. What needs to be done to get firms back in business and people back to work? www.oecd.org/employment-outlook www.oecd.org/coronavirus Host: Kate Lancaster Guest: Stefano Scarpetta, Director, Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-07-08
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Covid-19: Making sense of the world economic crisis, with the FT's Martin Wolf

The global health crisis brought on by COVID-19 has triggered what is likely to become the worst economic recession in a century. And it has also brought huge uncertainty, about how long the crisis will last, how it will affect our jobs, our societies, and our thinking. Martin Wolf, chief economics commentator of the Financial Times, talked to Rory Clarke about the challenges and offers advice to policymakers, young economists and international organisations alike, as we all try to make sense of the coronavirus crisis. Food for thought as the OECD prepares to mark its 60th anniversary in 2021. Mr Wolf's views are his own, and do not necessarily reflect those of the OECD or its member countries. Host: Rory Clarke Producer: Robin Allison Davis To learn more about the Economic Outlook, go to: www.oecd.org/economic-outlook To learn more about the OECD's work on Covid-19, go to: www.oecd.org/coronavirus Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-07-02
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COVID-19 : Quelles perspectives économiques ? Laurence Boone, Cheffe économiste de l?OCDE

Depuis le début de l'année 2020, la pandémie de coronavirus s'est répandue comme une traînée de poudre, fauchant des centaines de milliers de vies. Elle a fait des ravages en termes de santé, de bien-être et d?emplois. Elle a provoqué la récession la plus grave jamais observée depuis près d'un siècle. Quelles sont les perspectives économiques ? La reprise peut-elle être rapide ? Que peuvent faire les pouvoir publics ? Décryptage d?une situation inédite avec Laurence Boone, Cheffe économiste de l?OCDE. Host: Anne-Lise Prigent Productrice: Robin Allison Davis http://www.oecd.org/perspectives-economiques/juin-2020/ http://www.oecd.org/coronavirus/fr/ Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-06-22
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On a tightrope: COVID-19 and the Economic Outlook, with OECD Chief Economist Laurence Boone

With the world economy on a tightrope, what can policymakers do to inch us forward to recovery? OECD Chief Economist Laurence Boone, explains the main messages of the Economic Outlook released on June 10th. Host: Rory Clarke Producer: Robin Allison Davis To learn more about the Economic Outlook, go to: www.oecd.org/economic-outlook To learn more about the OECD's work on Covid-19, go to: www.oecd.org/coronavirus Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-06-22
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Covid-19 and the growing digital divide in education

Digital learning tools have been a lifeline during the Covid-19 lockdown but what does this mean for teachers, students and parents? Access to technology and its use, particularly for the most vulnerable, are under the spotlight, along with mental and physical wellbeing. As countries head back to schools, how is this new normal shaping learning now and in the future? To learn more, go to: www.oecd.org/coronavirus Host: Shayne MacLachlan Guest: Tracey Burns, OECD Senior Education Policy Analyst Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-05-17
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Winning the war against Covid-19: A new phase ? with Francesca Colombo

After months of battling the coronavirus, where are we in this pandemic? What has the impact been on health systems and workers? As some countries begin to ease restrictions, what can policymakers do to minimise risk and prevent another lockdown? www.oecd.org/coronavirus Host: Kate Lancaster Guest: Francesca Colombo, Head, Health Policy Division, OECD Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-05-12
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Covid-19 shock: What lessons can we learn for competition and global markets?

The Covid-19 pandemic has shocked our world. Our healthcare systems are under intense pressure, and the economy is suffering badly too, with stalling trade and investment, and massive job losses adding to human suffering. We talk to Frederic Jenny, Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School in Paris and chair of the OECD Competition Committee. Why have our economies been so badly affected by the coronavirus crisis? What questions does the crisis raise about globalisation, and about markets? Can competition policy help? How can governments be better prepared in future? Host: Robin Allison Davis For more information, go to: www.oecd.org/coronavirus Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-04-23
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The intricacies of violence against women ? Sylvia Walby OBE

According to the World Health Organisation, 1 in 3 women around the world have experienced physical or sexual violence or both at least once in their life. And 38% of women who are murdered are murdered by their male intimate partners. How does austerity affect domestic violence? And the rise or fall in the numbers of women in powerful positions? Professor Sylvia Walby OBE is the director of the Violence and Society Centre at the University of London, and a UNESCO Chair in Gender Research. Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-03-11
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Social dialogue is a tool for gender equality, says Sally Roever

We hold many assumptions about our workplaces and about what makes a good job, ones that often leave out women?s perspectives. Dr. Sally Roever of Women in Informal Employment Globalizing and Organizing, known as WIEGO, explains how social dialogue can broaden our understanding of work, unpack our assumptions about labour, and better working conditions for women around the world. Host: Kate Lancaster Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-03-04
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L?urgence écologique ? Conversation avec Laurent Fabius

« Les questions d'environnement ne s?arrêtent pas aux frontières. Quand les problèmes sont globaux, mondiaux, les réponses doivent être globales, mondiales. » Président du Conseil constitutionnel et ancien ministre et Premier ministre, Laurent Fabius nous parle sans fard de l?urgence écologique. Climat, biodiversité? « il faut agir vite, parce que si l'on renvoie les choses à plus tard, ce sera trop tard. » Coopération, Pacte mondial pour l?environnement, pays en développement, mobilisation des jeunes, « transition juste » et changements nécessaires? La figure emblématique de la COP21 nous offre un tour d?horizon aussi constructif qu?instructif. Présentatrice : Anne-Lise Prigent Productrice: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-02-26
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Trolling, doxxing & swatting: how online abuse is destroying the civic cybersphere

There are many forces at work splintering the digital public sphere. Automated bots flood the internet with disinformation, creating confusion. Online abuse is another way of shutting down civil dialogue. Seyi Akiwowo is a crusader for a safer cyberspace. She founded Glitch in 2017 after enduring online abuse. www.fixtheglitch.org Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-02-19
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Fake check: Hossein Derakhshan on information warfare

Propaganda and disinformation have been around since at least the ancient Romans. Now, false and falsified information spreads rapidly and we have social media platforms and mass messaging systems to thank for that. Hossein Derakhshan, media analyst and co-author of the 2017 report "Information Disorder" published by the Harvard Kennedy School Shorenstein Center, explains how we can counter disinformation and why he doesn't like the term "fake news". Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-02-12
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When disaster strikes with Igor Linkov

Pandemics, flooding, cyber attack, wildfire. These are just some of the things that threaten our critical infrastructure and supply chains. We?ve engineered these for maximum efficiency and minimum risk. But what about resilience? Igor Linkov is the Risk and Decision Science Focus Area Lead at the US Army Engineer Research and Development Center. He's also an Adjunct Professor of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University. He discusses how to design for systems failure. Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-02-05
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The office of the future?now with Vitra?s Raphael Gielgen

Digital assistants, big data, biometric scanning, augmented virtual and mixed reality ? all of these things and more are changing how we work. Raphael Gielgen, trend scouter on the future of work at the Swiss design firm, Vitra, talks about how the workplace is keeping up with technology. Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-01-29
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Gordon Brown shares how far we have come on the fight against tax evasion

The global fight against tax evasion has been one of the major success stories of international co-operation over the past decade, leading to new global transparency standards and more than 100 billion euros in additional revenues for countries worldwide. To mark the 10th anniversary of the Global Forum on Tax Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes, which brings together more than 150 countries, former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown explains how the G20 launched the crackdown on bank secrecy and tax evasion, and the challenges that remain. Host: Lawrence Speer Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-01-22
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Getting Big Tech to play fair: Denmark?s Casper Klynge

In an ideal market economy, there are lots of companies of roughly the same size who compete against each other. Consumers benefit from choice and lower prices. In today's digital economy, however, there are a small number of extremely powerful tech companies, and evidence that competition is not what it should be. Casper Klynge, Denmark's ? and the world's ? first tech ambassador, explains. Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2020-01-15
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Un réseau pour ceux qui n?en ont pas? Mélanie Taravant et "Viensvoirmontaf"

Pour les jeunes qui construisent leurs projets éducatifs et professionnels, « un réseau , c?est le nerf de la guerre » , affirme Mélanie Taravant. Elle est journaliste, présentatrice de l?émission C à dire sur la chaîne France 5 et fondatrice de Viensvoirmontaf, une association qui permet à des élèves de zone d?éducation prioritaire ? qui manquent souvent de réseau ? de trouver des stages de 3ème et de découvrir l?incroyable diversité des métiers qui existent dans le monde. Une étape indispensable pour imaginer leur parcours, sans autocensure. Présentateur: Brice Tailly Productrice: Robin Allison Davis, Clara Young Pour participer à la campagne de l?OCDE sur l?avenir du travail, rendez-vous sur la page oe.cd/fow. Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-12-11
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David Wallace-Wells sounds the climate alarm

According to the The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, we have 11 years to cut carbon emissions by half. And by 2050, carbon emissions must be eliminated. If not, humans will find themselves on an unliveable planet. David Wallace-Wells is the author of the New York Times' Bestseller, "The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming?. He describes for us what the world will be like if we go past a 2°C temperature rise. And what we have to do to avoid it. Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-12-04
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What is human capital? With OECD?s Zuzana Smidova and Jarmila Botev

Ever wonder what is meant by ?human capital?? Then is the episode for you. Join OECD economists, Zuzana Smidova and Jarmila Botev, for an explanation of what human capital is, why it matters, and what we can do to boost human capital, whether as an individual or a country. And to find out even more about human capital and how your country measures up, visit oe.cd/human-capital. Host: Kate Lancaster Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-12-03
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What can governments do to be ready for the future of work? With OECD?s Stefano Scarpetta

New technologies such as automation and AI are rapidly reshaping our economies and our work. For Stefano Scarpetta, head of the directorate for employment, labour and social affairs at the OECD, these changes aren?t likely to lead to massive, technologically driven unemployment, but rather can bring opportunities if the right policies and support are in place. In order to build an inclusive future of work, governments ? together with employers, trade unions and civil society ? need to act now. Because if we wait to see exactly how technologies are changing our economies, we?ll always be too late. Host: Kate Lancaster Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-11-20
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Claire Evans on how women made the internet

Until 1984, computer science in the US was full of women mathematicians and programmers, and then it all changed. What happened? Claire L. Evans, author of the book, Broad Band: The Untold Story of Women Who Made the Internet, tells a story that hadn't been told before of the many women who helped found and formed the internet-- women like Ada Lovelace, the original mother of computing, and Dame Wendy Hall, who invented a new system of hypertext that could have changed the way the World Wide Web functions. Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-11-13
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Disorganised labour: Paul Nowak on the urgency of Trade Union 2.0

Trade unions have been out of fashion in the past couple of decades. In 1985, 45% of workers were protected by collective agreements. In 2016, this number fell to 32%. While economies have more or less gone back to pre-crisis levels and unemployment is spectacularly low, wages remain stuck. Are we witnessing trade union revivalism now? Paul Nowak, UK Deputy General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress, give us his take. For more information, read the OECD's 2019 Employment Outlook here: https://doi.org/10.1787/9ee00155-en Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-11-06
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Do the right thing, says Jeffrey Sachs

Business-as-usual has become a largely unsustainable system. When economics and the financial industry are driven solely by quarterly earnings growth and GDP, the well-being of most people falls by the wayside. The health of our environment and trust between people are also casualties of growth-only economics. Economist Jeffrey Sachs is the director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University. He says our economic watch words should be well-being. And do no harm. Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-10-30
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The jobs of the future will still need humans: Cognizant?s Ben Pring

When it comes to the jobs of the future, you can?t squeeze people out of the equation, says Ben Pring. An optimist, he believes that what makes us human, our soft skills, will be more valuable than ever. And as machines take on more dirty, dangerous or simply dull tasks, people will be able to do work that is more interesting, engaging and meaningful. Ben Pring is co-founder and leader of the Cognizant Center for the Future of Work and author of What To Do When Machines Do Everything. Host: Kate Lancaster Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-10-23
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The digital economy can?t just concentrate on the few says Minister Pedro Siza Vieira

The digital economy is bringing great opportunities for people, but also many risks, says Portugal?s Minister of the Economy, Pedro Siza Vieira. To ensure that everyone benefits from this brave new future of work, we need to build on the social foundations that have worked for decades and make them fit for today. Countries need the right policies in place, from social protections to cover us when we?re sick, out of work or retired, to investment in education, training and reskilling. And if we don?t get this right, it?s democracy itself that will suffer. Host: Kate Lancaster Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-10-16
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Anna Tsing on mushrooms & capitalism

Matsutake mushroom, a beloved Japanese delicacy, grow in what Anna Tsing calls ?human-disturbed? environments. They do well in places that have been intensely logged or farmed, for instance. Which makes them model organisms for adverse conditions. Matsutake mushrooms can also teach us a thing or two about ecology and market economies. Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing is professor of anthropology at the University of California in Santa Cruz. She is the author of The Mushroom at the end of the world. On the possibility of life in capitalist ruins. Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-10-09
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Robojobs: Matthew Taylor on the future of work

Work as we know it will never be the same. In fact, it already isn?t the same for some people. According to the OECD, 14% of jobs in OECD countries are highly automatable ? another 32% of jobs could be substantially changed in how they?re carried out. Matthew Taylor discusses some ideas on how to extend the social security net to platform workers and how he thinks the general landscape of employment will evolve. Mr Taylor is the chief executive of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA). His 2017 review on modern employment, "Good Work?, was commissioned by the UK prime minister. To hear more from Matthew Taylor, watch our interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/RXKZrIECqXc Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-10-02
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The air we breathe : Rich Fuller of Pure Earth

Millions of people around the world suffer?and many die prematurely?because of air pollution. The culprit: fossil fuel burning. It's poisoning the air we breathe and pushing up carbon emissions. Air pollution and climate change are two sides of the same coin: improve the quality of the air we breathe, and that will immediately make us healthier. It will also bring down the carbon and methane emissions that trap the sun?s heat, raising our planet?s temperature. Rich Fuller is the founder and president of the nonprofit Pure Earth, which is dedicated to solving pollution problems in low- and middle-income countries. Mr Fuller also co-chaired the landmark Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health. Host: Clara Young Producer: Robin Allison Davis Get the latest OECD content delivered directly to your inbox! Subscribe to our newsletters: www.oecd.org/newsletters Follow us on social media: www.oecd.org/social-media
2019-09-25
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