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UNEVOC Network - Regional Forum Reports

As a follow-up to UNESCO's Third TVET Congress' and its outcome, the Shanghai Consensus, regional meetings were held in all five UNESCO regions. Representatives from UNEVOC Centres and other national and international actors came together with the aim of sharing knowledge on policy initiatives and promising practices on youth and skills and greening TVET. The outcomes were used as regional inputs for a new UNESCO-UNEVOC plan of action to be devised at the UNEVOC Global Forum Skills for Work and Life - Post-2015.

UNESCO-UNEVOC Regional Forum Reports

Advancing TVET for Youth Employability and Sustainable Development

Regional Forum Africa
17-18 September 2013, Abuja, Nigeria

Regional Forum Arab States
19-21 November 2013, Beirut, Lebanon

Regional Forum Asia and Pacific
September 2013, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Regional Forum Europe, CIS and North America
28-29 October, Moscow, Russian Federation

Regional Forum Latin America and the Caribbean
27-29 August 2013, San José, Costa Rica
English, Spanish

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