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Publisher/s:  UNESCO-UNEVOC
Published:  2013 in Bonn, Germany
ISBN:  978-92-95071-62-9

UNESCO-UNEVOC Regional Forum Europe, CIS and North America: Advancing TVET for Youth Employability and Sustainable Development

28-30 October 2013, Moscow, Russian Federation

The UNESCO-UNEVOC Regional Forum for Europe and North America was co-hosted by Moscow-based CVETS National Observatory on Vocational Education/Centre for VET Studies, with the support of the Moscow Institute for the Development of Education.

It was the fourth of five regional follow-ups to the Shanghai Consensus on developing and sharing policy and Promising Practices on youth and skills and greening TVET. The forum brought together more than 100 highly experienced TVET practitioners, UNEVOC network cluster leaders, representatives of international policy advisory and labour-market research organizations and government ministers.

Delegates shared and discussed evidence-based examples of Promising Practices; challenges and advances in programmes and projects on youth skills, employability and transition to the workplace; opportunities to integrate ecological considerations and sustainable development in training; and ways to identify new training profiles where green skills would be of increasing importance in the future.

They also sought to enhance regional harmonization through international dialogue and aimed at making progress on these global issues mentioned above.

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