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The virtual conference took place from 05 to 11 June 2017 on the UNESCO-UNEVOC TVeT Forum, and shed light on how countries in Latin America are responding to climate-change policy developments, and the role TVET can play in this regard.
The synthesis report gives an overview how participants discussed: (i) the links between economic, social and environmental factors to sustainable development; (ii) climate-change strategies in Latin America; and (iii) labour market changes in Latin America, and what the future skills requirements means for education and training institutions.
A hundred and twenty-one participants from 24 countries participated in the virtual conference.