The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international organization. The goal is to promote policies that foster prosperity, equality, opportunities and well-being of all people around the world. The OECD works closely together with governments, policy makers and citizens for a better understanding of economic, social and environmental changes. The OECD serves as a knowledge hub for data and analysis, exchange of experiences and best-practices and sets international standards in a variety of areas.
Based on facts and experiences, the OECD recommends policies to improve people's quality of life. The OECD works with companies within the OECD's Advisory Committee on Business and Industry (BIAC) and with employees representatives within the Advisory Committee of Trade Unions (TUAC). Close contacts are also maintained with other civil society organizations. Common guidelines and shared values are, among others, democracy, rule of law, human rights, the commitment to open and transparent market-economy principles, high standards in the digital economy and the focus on the well-being of all citizens.
The current focus of the OECD's work covers inter alia:
- Restoring trust in the markets and institutions after COVID-19
- Restoring sound public finances as a basis for future, sustainable economic growth
- Supporting new sources of growth through innovation, green growth strategies and the development of new economies
- Ensuring that people of all ages are empowered to work pro-actively and satisfactorily in the workplaces of the future
- Exploring the benefits but also challenges of the digital transition
- Supporting policies to mitigate and adapt the impact of climate change
Department for OECD, Sustainability: firstname.lastname@example.org