by Pierre Habbard

How about starting with social dialogue and bargaining rights, investing in public services, fair trade and corporate accountability?

The OECD was quick to react to the Covid-19 crisis.

When launching a new platform on the crisis on 20 March, the Secretary General Angel Gurria called for a “sizeable, credible, internationally co-ordinated” response to deal with “the immediate public health emergency, to buffer the economic shock and develop a path towards recovery”. The OECD is well placed to support such actions, being a truly multi-disciplinary Organisation with no real equivalent internationally. …


The Trade Union Advisory Committee (TUAC) is an international trade union organisation which has consultative status with the OECD and its various committees.

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