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UNESCO-UNEVOC launches new website

Facilitating networking and collaboration between global TVET stakeholders; developing quality TVET programmes that enable youth employment and lifelong learning; promoting equitable and broad-based skills development - learn about all the ways that UNESCO-UNEVOC is supporting Member States in ensuring access to quality skills development.

On the new unevoc.unesco.org, you can find out how our work contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, explore more than 250 UNEVOC Centres in 166 countries through our UNEVOC Network, learn about our projects to promote innovation in TVET, connect with a global community on the TVeT forum, and browse the online library for the latest TVET-related publications and resources.

The website is designed to be a key online platform for TVET stakeholders, UNEVOC Centres, project partners, beneficiaries and Member States. We look forward to providing you with the most relevant and up-to-date content from the world of technical and vocational education and training!

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