Territorium Life is pleased to be a partner of the OECD Forum 2019.

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  • Territorium Life partnerships for the first time with the OECD World Forum that will take place in France.

  • During the event, Territorium will share ideas with government representatives and companies around the world.

  • This year the Forum will celebrate its twentieth anniversary providing a platform for dialogue to achieve collective solutions to the economic, political and social development.

Monterrey, – The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) brings together 36 member countries whose mission is to promote policies that improve the economic and social well-being of the people around the world. It provides an space where Governments can find solutions to common problems, in addition to measuring productivity and flows of trade and investment, among other important indicators for the nations.

The OECD Forum was created in 2000 to discuss key economic and social challenges on the international agenda. It is an important part of the annual week of the OECD which also represents its main ministerial meeting, which brings together government representatives of high-level, Executive Directors, leaders of civil society and trade unions, as well as prominent members of the academia and media.

This year Territorium Life, the Company that developed an educational ecosystem for personalized learning, will participate at the 2019 Forum, World In Emotion that takes place 20 & 21 May at Paris, France.

Within the event, Guillermo Elizondo, CEO of Territorium, will address along representatives around the world some of the biggest global problems that society faces today, as the resilience of our social fabric to the globalization, digitalization, the aging of the population and what is the extent of their impact, to reflect on what must happen to ensure opportunities that encourage the educational development of the society.

In its 20th anniversary the Organization invites reflection both in the past and in the present, to the future to build a platform of dialogue of multiple stakeholders to achieve collective solutions for the development economic, political and social based on the 4 major pillars:

  • A New Societal Contract

    Recent political developments, coupled with globalization and digitalization, are imposing deep and rapid changes in our societies, testing the resilience of our social fabric, and calling for reflection on the set of human values, ethics and aspirations that bind us all together, as well as the type of society in which we want to live.

  • ·Integrity and Trust

    Trust is the foundation upon which the legitimacy and sustainability of political systems is built. Across OECD countries, trust has plummeted. This lack of trust is one of the factors alienating people from mainstream politics and is slowly weakening critical institutions such as parliaments, a free media and the rule of law.

  • Digitalisation and the Future of Work

    The Forum will discuss how the digital transition can benefit growth and improve people’s well-being. Forum debates will include a strong focus on the Future of Work, including the type of education and skillset, safety nets and support networks that will provide the confidence and resilience needed to face the world of work.

  • International co-operation

    The Forum will host conversations on the need for enhanced global co-ordination on tax, competition and trade, and will also focus on global actors turning commitments into reality, notably on the SDGs and on climate.

Territorium’s vision in the face of the scope of the platform that represents the World Forum of the OECD is to unleash the power of education through technology focusing on the results of learning, committed to transform schools, universities and corporations on institutions of competency-based learning to become part of the life of anyone who wants to learn.