The OECD event entitled "Government after Shock," which took place on 17 and 18 November 2020, was organized to trigger critical thinking on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The objective of this event was to guide governments and society towards a better future, operating differently. That way, they can escape from the situation they were in before the pandemic.
|The November 17 event consisted of more than 65 local and thematic discussions, attended by more than 5,500 citizens, professionals, heads of government, and others involved. On November 18, a global forum was held, with heads of government and other professionals who discussed the global impact of the crisis and explored the various paths emerging as we emerge from it.|
The enthusiastic participation of people from all over the world in the "Government after Shock" event showed that people care and see this time as a turning point for governments and society. The knowledge gained from this event aims to give impetus to changes based on the lessons learned from the crisis, summarized in the following points:
- Faced with the crisis, Governments can work efficiently and function beyond the status quo.
- They can