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CROWN PRINCESS MARY AT OECD CONFERENCE

On November 21, 2019, Crown Princess Mary attended the High Level Police Forum of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on “Health in the 21st Century: Data, Policy and Digital Technology” which took place at Langelinie Pavilion (Danish: Langeliniepavillonen) in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Crown Princess of Denmark arrived at the High level Policy Forum on Better Health in the 21st Century.



The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development is an international organisation that works to build better policies for better lives. The OECD is at the heart of international co-operation.

The Crown Princess was received by Health and Elder Minister Magnus Heunicke and Deputy Director General of OECD Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen.

The conference focuses on how health data can be used to build new policies for the health care system #Health21Century.

For the forum Crown Princess Mary opted for a casual work office look wearing dark gray black blazer pants suits.



During the conference, Her Royal Highness talked about digitalization, innovative healthcare solutions and gender equality.

The conference is part of the OECD’s Knowledge-Based Health Systems project, which is about how countries can leverage health data to create knowledge that can be used for policy development and to drive health care change processes.



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