26 September 2018
UNEVOC Celebrates its 25th Anniversary
25 years ago the UNEVOC Implementation Unit was officially inaugurated in Berlin. The establishment of the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre in Bonn followed in 2002. Mr. Shyamal Majumdar, Head of UNESCO-UNEVOC: “The team takes collective pleasure seeing UNESCO-UNEVOC standing proud now, grounded on the hard work and dedication of people who were instrumental to its foundation and eventual growth.” (more)
12 September 2018
UNEVOC Latin American Network Strengthens Ties
During its annual REDITEC meeting in Brazil, the National Council of the Federal Network of Vocational, Scientific, and Technological Education Institutions (Conif), jointly with UNESCO-UNEVOC, organized a UNEVOC Network cluster meeting for Latin America. (more)
5 September 2018
International Literacy Day 2018 – ‘Literacy and Skills Development’
UNESCO-UNEVOC joins the celebrations for International Literacy Day and continues to highlight global changes and improvements in literacy development. The theme for this year is ‘Literacy and Skills Development’. (more)
4 September 2018
Skills Development and the Water-Energy Nexus in Africa
Water and energy are closely linked, and most African countries face major challenges in improving both their water supply and energy production systems. For African countries to develop their energy and water sectors sustainably, and to capitalize on their potential, skills development at a national level is an essential component. (more)
31 August 2018
Shaping Transformative TVET Leaders in Latin America
The UNEVOC TVET Leadership Programme for Latin America took place in August 2018 in Panama City. Jointly organized by UNESCO-UNEVOC and the UNESCO San José Office, and hosted by INADEH of Panama, the regional UNEVOC TVET Leadership Programme aims to help those in change agent positions become transformative leaders. (more)
29 August 2018
UNESCO-UNEVOC conducts Management Capacity Development Training in Malawi
UNESCO-UNEVOC, in collaboration with the UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa (ROSA), conducted a capacity development programme for the Managers of TEVET Institutions in Malawi. This training was undertaken as part of the European Union-funded Malawi Skills and Technical Education Programme (STEP). (more)
9 August 2018
Representatives from University College London and University of Bonn visit UNESCO-UNEVOC
UNESCO-UNEVOC hosted Prof. Oketch from the University College London, and Ms. Christine Mueller from the University of Bonn, to discuss avenues of mutual interest and prospective research collaborations in the areas of skills ecosystem analysis. (more)
18 July 2018
Just Published - UNESCO-UNEVOC Bulletin Issue No. 33
We are pleased to share our recently published Bulletin. This issue gives an overview of some of our key engagements since January 2018, particularly the recently concluded UNESCO-UNEVOC TVET Learning Forum. The bulletin is available as a PDF in English will be available in the other UN languages soon. (more)
11 July 2018
World Youth Skills Day 2018 - Improving the image of TVET
UNESCO-UNEVOC follows the United Nations’ stride in celebrating the World Youth Skills Day every year on 15th July, and reaffirms its commitment to enhance the prospects of the youth to access quality skills development opportunities through TVET, globally. UNESCO-UNEVOC's theme for this year’s celebration is ‘Improving the image of TVET’. (more)
27 June 2018
Virtual conference on Improving the image of TVET: making TVET more attractive to young people
On the occasion of World Youth Skills Day, UNESCO-UNEVOC is holding a virtual conference on improving the image of TVET and making it more attractive to young people. The virtual conference will be held on the TVeT Forum from 16 to 24 July (more)

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