The OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Governance

How to use the Document Database website?

The Forum database is an integral activity of the OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Governance.

Origin of the documents:
Currently, the database contains over 450 English records published between 1999 and present and includes documents, studies, reports, minutes, planning and strategies documents published by governmental and non-governmental bodies, universities, other organisations, and individuals that publish materials on partnership and local governance issues.

The documents found in this database are obtained in the following ways:

Access to the database:
The database can be browsed either by country, by topic (Economic Development, Governance, Labour Market Policy, Partnership Studies and Guidelines and Social Policy) or by international organisation from here. Documents related to particular country covering various topics can be found under 'search per country'. Documents including more than one country are divided per topic and can be downloaded in the section 'search for transnational documents per topic'. Documents of international organisations such as OECD, EU, ILO can be browsed in the section 'search for international organisations'.

The documents are arranged in reverse chronological order so that the most recent items appear at the head of the list when you browse the database.

Most of the documents in the database are in PDF format and may be viewed using the Adobe Reader. To download the Adobe Reader please click here.

If you wish to make suggestions about documents you would like to see included in this database, please consult with staff at the OECD LEED Forum at ZSI - Centre for Social Innovation.

Links are provided in English language and focus on partnerships and related policy fields in the 45 countries participating in the OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Governance.

PLEASE NOTE: Documents in our database are copyrighted. Distribution of copies of these documents is an infringement of copyright laws. To obtain these documents, please contact the publisher.