The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is an international economic organisation of 34 countries that supports democracy and world trade. The Global Forum on Development is focussed on poverty reduction and social cohesion and attracts a wide range of participants from governments and civil society to help discuss solutions.
Leading up to the meeting, I am reflecting on development issues that help serve as weekly online discussion topics on the OECD website.
For now, you can follow the Twitter hashtag #oecdgfd (OECD Global Forum on Development). I also recommend you to read these thought-provoking and insightful pieces and participate in the conversation!
My written contribution tackles the data citizens can use to untangle governance.