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Publisher/s:  Inter-Agency Working Group on Greening Technical and Vocational Education and Training and Skills Development
Published:  2013

Meeting skill needs for green jobs: Policy recommendations

Prepared on the request of G20 Development Working Group (DWG) Human Resource Development Pillar

This document, jointly prepared by members of the Inter-Agency Working Group (IWG) on Greening Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Skills Development, presents a set of policy recommendations in response to a request from the G20 Development Working Group on the Human Resources Development (HRD) Pillar. These recommendations are built on challenges and lessons learned from the IWG members' initiatives for greening TVET and skills development. These recommendations are prepared to advise the G20 governments on anticipating and matching labour market and skills needs towards sustainable development and green growth. It is recommended to implement them in pilot countries under the G20 HRD pillar. The set of policy recommendations also acknowledges earlier G20 reports and discussions on green growth and HRD.

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