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The green transition calls for a change in the mindset and behaviour of learners and the communities around them. TVET institutions will need to create inclusive learning environments that cultivate this positive change.
Although the green transition is expected to be gradual, there are demand-driven opportunities that require preparation. The TVET sector should be ready to anticipate shifts in skills demands and develop reskilling and upskilling opportunities. To support this process, our recent training programmes have focused on providing TVET leaders, managers and systems planners with the knowledge to adapt and take action for a just and green transition.
These programmes have also fostered values of cooperation and solidarity to help participants learn from common experiences and leverage new partnerships to work in synergy for sustainable TVET. A successful journey towards a green transition will depend on TVET institutions that demonstrate strategic leadership, rethink current processes and adopt innovative practices.
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The latest facts on gender equality in education
This fact sheet was prepared to mark International Women’s Day 2023 and highlight how gender-transformative education can boost innovation and technology.
Spotlight on levy-schemes in 75 countries
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