The UNESCO-UNEVOC TVET Learning Forum 2018 was organized on the 24-25 May 2018. More than 100 TVET stakeholders from more than 35 countries engaged in insightful discussions on how to manage TVET systems globally in the context of technological, environmental, and demographic disruptions. Read more about the proceedings here.
UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre is pleased to share its Biennial Report for the period 2016-2017. The report highlights our concerted actions and support to the UNEVOC Network and UNESCO Member States through capacity development, international collaborations and knowledge exchange to advance TVET. The report also details key engagements under each of the five thematic priority areas of UNESCO-UNEVOC.
Tknika, a UNEVOC Centre in the Basque Country, Spain, organized an international conference titled ‘International Encounters on Vocational Training – Anticipating the Future’. Participants from around the world discussed current and emerging challenges of ongoing digital transformation of industry and businesses, and responding to them through increased collaboration and knowledge exchange.
The One Belt One Road International Conference on TVET was held at Shenzhen Polytechnic, a UNEVOC Centre, in Shenzhen from 11-12 May 2018. More than 300 education experts and stakeholders from 21 countries and regions attended the conference, including UNEVOC centres, enterprises and social organizations.
Representatives of the key partners of the Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), including UNESCO-UNEVOC, met at the 3rd Key Partners Meeting (25-27 April 2018), in San Jose, Costa Rica. As the current framework of the GAP on ESD elapses in 2019, this meeting launched a global consultation to chart a course of action beyond 2019.