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Opening Plenary of the Dialogue of Civilisations on October 11 in Rhodes, Greece. Gabriela Ramos intervened alongside Martin Schulz, former President of the European Parliament; Vyachslav Nikonov, political analyst; Dr. Huiyao Wang, Founder and President of the Center for China and Globalization; Shada Islam, Director for Europe & Geopolitics at Friends of Europe; Alphons Kannantham, Member of the Indian Parliament and former Union Minister.
Dialogue of Civilizations: Rhodes Forum 2019: Special session with the President of Niger Mahamadou Issoufou at the 17th Rhodes Forum moderated by Stefan Grobe, Euronews. Key topics: Africa and the World (des)order ; Toward African Economic Miracle: Lessons learned from the East Asian Model. With the participation of Ms. Gabriela Ramos and Mr. Jomo Sundaram.
GoNews at Rhodes Forum: Global trade has been hit hard due to measures imposed by major economies, says Gabriela Ramos , OECD Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20, in conversation with GoNewsIndia.com Editor-in-Chief, Pankaj Pachauri.
Time for talk is over – a decade of action for the global goals starts now
The time to act is now. This message and plea to world leaders sounded loud and clear during an intense UN high-level week that brought together the international community to address critical challenges of our time. Our joint quest to reach the global goals by 2030 along with climate action, universal health coverage, financing sustainable development and addressing the dire challenges of small island nations were the burning issues addressed. https://www.un.org/development/desa/undesavoice/feature/2019/10#47136
Les Rencontres Économiques d’Aix-en-Provence: L’essor des fake news et l’essor de ce qu’il est convenu d’appeler « post-vérité » semblent témoigner d’un affaiblissement marqué et préoccupant du rôle de la connaissance scientifique, et, plus généralement de l’expertise scientifique au bénéfice de croyances religieuses ou profanes et de la pure rhétorique. L’objet de cette table-ronde est d’affiner ce jugement et d’en analyser les implications pour les choix publics, les débats de société, la démocratie et l’avenir des lumières. Intervenants : Jean-Frédéric de LEUSSE, Chief Executive Officer France, UBS Loraine DONNEDIEU de VABRES, Partner – Managing Partner, Jeantet Gabriela RAMOS, Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20, OECD Jacques STERN, Emeritus Professor, Ecole normale supérieure Martin WOLF, Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times Coordination : Pierre JACQUET, Membre du Cercle des économistes Modération : Vincent GIRET, Directeur, France Info
Interview with NTN24 News Colombia during the Women’s Forum in Cartagena, Colombia from the 1-3 August 2019.
Thematic Session: Multilateralism for an equitable future at the 2019 International Labour Conference
Moderated by Ms Linda Yeuh
Speakers: Mr Roberto Carvalho de Azevêdo, Director-General of WTO; Ms Sharan Burrow, General Secretary, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC); Ms Anousheh Karvar, G7/G20 Sherpa (Labour & Employment) of France representing the G7 Presidency; Mr Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, Chief Executive Officer NEPAD; Mr Mahmoud Mohieldin, Senior Vice President, World Bank Group; Ms Gabriela Ramos, OECD Sherpa to the G20 and Chief of Staff; Mr Peter Robinson
President and CEO, United States Council for International Business (USCIB); Mr Guy Ryder, Director General of the ILO


Inequality is a defining challenge of our time. Recent waves of globalization, notably in international trade and finance, have done much to reduce global inequality, and the gap between richest and poorest is widening. While extreme poverty has been reduced, income and wealth are increasingly concentrated. Most economies are growing, but the labour share of national income is declining, and large portions of the world’s workforce have experienced real wage stagnation. And while women’s economic contributions are growing, gender inequalities are persistent. All this has led to the growth of damaging and unacceptable inequalities, a situation where everybody loses. It is thus a critical time for decision on actions for an equitable future, which requires strong and coordinated responses at the global level. This session will examine what needs to be done at the international and regional levels to reduce inequality and how the multilateral system can work together in a more coherent manner.
My interview as part of the Public Value Summit organized by Your Public Value. The virtual conference brought together corporate experts and policy-makers to talk about what public value means to them. In my interview I talk about the need to integrate public concerns and sustainability into our economic models.
Presentación de Gabriela Ramos (Directora de la OCDE y Sherpa OCDE) sobre los resultados del primer informe del estudio TALIS (OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey) Docentes y Directores de Centros Educativos Como Estudiantes de por vida en una Conferencia de Prensa para América Latina.
My keynote for the session “Rewriting the narrative of HIStory and HERstory together: A call to the G20 and G7” at the Women’s Forum Americas in Mexico City, Mexico from 30-31 May 2019.
Session on Feminine Leadership: the Gender Paradox and the Future of Innovation at the Women’s Forum Americas in Mexico City, Mexico from 30-31 May 2019.
At age 15, 5% of boys in OECD countries want to work in information technology (ICT). And girls? 0.5%. With society digitalising fast and the current gender gap in science/technology/engineering/maths (STEM) widening, the future still looks to be a “man’s, man’s, man’s world”. But Gabriela Ramos, OECD Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20, is betting against James Brown. She urges girls to set their ambitions high and calls on policy makers to break down the policy barriers that are holding women back.
Host: Kate Lancaster Sound engineer: Borja Ortuzar
Interview on NuestraVoz with Gabriela Ramos Directora de OCDE y la Ministra Dyala Jimenez on inclusive growth.
Comment réduire la pauvreté et les inégalités ?

REPENSER L’ÉCONOMIE – Repenser le rôle de l’État pour favoriser une croissance inclusive, donner aux plus défavorisés les moyens de réussir par eux-mêmes… Deux experts, Gaël Giraud  chef économiste de l’AFD  et Gabriela Ramos directrice de cabinet du secrétaire général de l’OCDE débattent des moyens de réduire pauvreté et inégalités.
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A decade after the global financial crisis, deep scars remain. Despite recent data signalling a closing of the income inequality gap between the highest and lowest earners, this has been accompanied by mounting economic insecurity, wage stagnation and – particularly since Brexit – rising inflation. The shock of the financial crisis might have been weathered by buoyant employment, particularly at the low end of the labour market, but this too has been accompanied by rising in-work poverty. Is ‘inclusive growth’ a utopian oxymoron, or the means to fairer, more sustainable economies? How can it be achieved locally and nationally? What are the implications for global capitalism and the process of globalisation? What are the economic choices and trade-offs we might need to face if we are to respond to the ‘politics of the left behind’? Speakers: Gabriela Ramos, OECD Chief of Staff; Hon Wayne Swan MP, Former DPM and Treasurer of Australia; Indy Johar, architect, co- founder of 00, and member of the RSA Inclusive Growth Commission Chair: Rowan Conway, Director of Innovation and Development, RSA.
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Inclusive Growth, hosted an event in Parliament with leading thinkers from the OECD, WEF, IPPR and SPERI to gain an overview of the state of the Inclusive Growth debate in 2017.
Gabriela Ramos, OECD Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20 during New Ethos of Geo Politics and Geo Economics at Raisina 2018.