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Soo-Hyang Choi

Director

Ms. Soo-Hyang Choi was appointed as Director of the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training in January 2020. With a BA in Psychology (Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea) and an M.Ed and a Ph.D in Educational Psychology (Univ. of Alberta, Canada), Ms. Choi worked in the Korean Educational Development Institute (Seoul, Korea) and joined UNESCO Headquarters as Chief of the Early Childhood and Family Education Section in 1998.

Subsequently, she held various chief positions at UNESCO Headquarters in the areas of inclusive education, field support and coordination, and technical, vocational and secondary education. In the field, she worked in Pakistan and Zimbabwe, and served as the UNESCO representative to Botswana, Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe as well as to the Southern African Development Community. From 2012 to 2019, she was the incumbent Director of the Division for Peace and Sustainable Development within the Education Sector of UNESCO. The Division covered, amongst others, education for sustainable development, global citizenship education, human rights and peace education, prevention of violent extremism, genocide, sexuality and HIV education, school violence and bullying, school health, and the UNESCO Associated Schools Network with 11000 schools around the world.



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