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The virtual conference will be in English. However, French and Spanish speaking participants can use the built-in translation feature and contribute in their languages.
The topic, of 'pathways', that make it easier for graduates of TVET to enter different forms of postsecondary and higher education, has become very prominent. It is also the subject of a current UNESCO project, involving case studies and a policy paper, that will come out in 2018.
This virtual conference aims to share experience and knowledge of this issue, which should prove valuable in its own right, and as an input into the wider UNESCO exercise.
Among the questions that will be discussed are: