In cooperation with the Moroccan Ministry of Youth and Sports (MJS), the OECD organised a regional conference in Rabat on 3-4 October 2017 on the theme “Bringing Youth Closer to Public Life”. The event was part of the project “Youth in Public Life: Towards an Open and Inclusive Youth Engagement” currently implemented in Morocco, Jordan and Tunisia with funding from the G7 Deauville Partnership MENA Transition Fund.
Inclusive public governance based on open government principles is essential for the development and implementation of more sustainable and effective public policies. It also enables greater responsiveness to the needs and expectations of citizens whose voices can often go unheard. Effective communication between citizens and governments is a key pillar in this regard. For the government, this entails developing and implementing a comprehensive and tailored institutional communication strategy. On the side of citizens, the willingness and capacity to engage can sometimes be challenging. Traditional media and social networks also play a key role in disseminating information and strengthening relations between governments and citizens.
The Gender Balande Guide lays out the road-map for the United Arab Emirates and its organisations to harness the untapped potential that women represent. Building on OECD expertise, it provides a list of practical actions that can be taken by UAE organisations in order to achieve gender balance and work towards gender equality.
Le Maroc est en train de réformer son cadre légal, politique et institutionnel de lutte contre la corruption et de bonne gouvernance. Cette revue fonctionnelle analyse deux institutions marocaines, l’Instance centrale de prévention de la corruption (ICPC) et l'Institution du Médiateur du Royaume (IMR), dont les mandats respectifs ont été modifiés par la nouvelle Constitution de 2011 afin de renforcer leur rôle dans le système de l’intégrité du pays.
The 2016 MENA-OECD Ministerial Conference was held on the 4th of October in Tunis, Tunisia. Bringing together ministers of international co-operation, trade, investment and public governance, the conference provided a platform to discuss strategic responses to common challenges in the region and explore ways to boost inclusive growth, employment and better integration both at the regional and international level.
Seminar on performance management and macro-economic framework within the performance based budgeting
staffMay 29, 2016
The MENA-OECD Governance Programme organised a Seminar on performance management and macro-economic framework within the performance based budgeting in Caserta on 3-5 May 2016.The seminar was part of the cooperation project "Effective governance for a political transition and economic prosperity in Tunisia" with the aim to implement and spread best practices in budgeting performance.
staffMay 4, 2016