More than 100 TVET stakeholders from more than 35 countries, will participate at the UNESCO-UNEVOC TVET Learning Forum 2018. The Forum, titled “Managing skills in a time of disruptions”, will include discussions on the role and challenges of TVET amid demographic, environmental, & technological disruptions. Registrations are now closed. The event will livestreamed in English and French.
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.
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.
A high-level delegation from Mongolia, led by H.E. Sanja Mungunchimeg, Vice Minister of Labour and Social Protection, Government of Mongolia, visited the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre on the 23rd March 2018. Discussions between the Mongolian delegation and UNESCO-UNEVOC focused on issues of mutual partnership and strengthening the TVET Sector in Mongolia.
The Institute of Technical and Vocational Education (INFP), a premier agency tasked with TVET in Haiti recently joined the UNEVOC Network. The UNEVOC Centre inaugurated by the Director General of INFP, Dr. Maguy Durce, also saw the attendance of senior representatives of international stakeholders supporting TVET reforms in Haiti.