The first UNEVOC Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Leadership Programme for Asia and the Pacific region takes place in Bangkok, Thailand from 2-6 September, 2019.
UNESCO-UNEVOC, in partnership with selected UNEVOC Centres, has launched a series of workshops aimed at testing and co-developing the Skills for Innovation Hubs (i-hubs) Project “Innovation Framework”.
UNESCO-UNEVOC has launched the Youth Employment in the Mediterranean (YEM) Knowledge Platform. This Platform is one of the key components of UNESCO’s European Union funded YEM Project that supports 8 countries in the region in developing robust skills development systems to promote youth employment across four key thematic areas.
UNESCO-UNEVOC has compiled a series of stories submitted by its UNEVOC Centres about inspiring young people who are realizing their ambitions through Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET).
Available in English, French, and Spanish, Bulletin 35 gives an overview of UNESCO-UNEVOC's key engagements in the first half of 2019 and focuses on the promotion of innovation in TVET.