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About the OECD Local Development Forum

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The Local Development Forum is the OECD’s network of local development practitioners, entrepreneurs and social innovators. Created in 2004, the Forum has thousands of members in the OECD and beyond. It is a unique setting for the private and public sector to challenge assumptions, learn from each, and work together to forge practical solutions to today’s economic and social challenges.

The Local Development Forum is the OECD’s network of local development practitioners, entrepreneurs and social innovators. Created in 2004, the Forum has thousands of members in the OECD and beyond. It is a unique setting for the private and public sector to challenge assumptions, learn from each, and work together to forge practical solutions to today’s economic and social challenges.

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About the OECD Local Development Forum

  1. 1. Employment and skills Social economy, innovation and inclusion Entrepreneurship and economic transitions Culture, creative sectors and global events
  2. 2. The LEED programme’s network of 3 000 plus local development practitioners and stakeholders across 60 countries Curating OECD research for local audiences, with a focus on practical implementation Helps keep the OECD grounded in local realities and identify policy innovations
  3. 3. Local, regional and national governments Employment and training agencies Economic and community development agencies Social partners: chambers of commerce, business leadership groups and trade unions Social economy organisations and NGOs Businesses, entrepreneurs private sector representatives Practice-oriented academics and researchers
  4. 4. • An annual in-person meeting • Webinars, workshops and study tours • Access to OECD resources and expertise • An international network of like- minded peers working across sectors
  5. 5. Making the most of the social economy’s contribution to the circular economy 19 January Soft powers for hard outcomes: Using the convening power of local authorities to support employment 6 October
  6. 6. • Quality of discussions, mixing political and practical • Focus on interactivity and networking • International exchange across the OECD and beyond, bringing together representatives of different sectors • Opportunity to showcase and learn from local initiatives Opening keynote from Micheál Martin, Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland The 2022 Forum in Cork: From ministries to mainstreets Diandra Ni Bhuachalla, United Nations Youth Delegate, Ireland moderating a workshop on youth employment A study tour to a local agro-tourism farm Networking at the Local Initiatives Marketplace
  7. 7. Attend our events and share with your networks Become a sponsoring partner Co-organise a workshop, study tour or webinar Host an annual conference Contribute your story to our case studies and best practices
  8. 8. Porto, 2018 Manchester, 2015 Cork, 2022
  9. 9. Anna Rubin OECD Local Development Forum Manager Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs Regions and Cities Anna.RUBIN@OECD.org www.oecd.org/local-forum/

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