This year's OECD Forum addressed the three key themes of jobs, equality and trust. The Forum brought together leading thinkers from diverse sections of the policy making community who, over two days and 27 sessions, put forward and debated proposals for a more inclusive and sustainable global economy.
If you weren't able to attend, or if you'd just like to watch the sessions again, visit the Forum website, where all webcasts are available. This includes a panel discussion with SAIIA's Peter Draper, "The African Renaissance".
You can also read the highlights of the discussions here. Next year's OECD Forum will take place on 5-6 May in Paris.
OECD videos of sessions from May now all available online http://oecd.streamakaci.com/052013/vod/
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