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23 October 2019
Trends Mapping - Innovation in TVET
UNESCO-UNEVOC is pleased to announce the release of a new publication: Trends Mapping on Innovation in TVET. The study contributes to the international community’s understanding of innovation in TVET by presenting an innovative practice framework along with inspiring practices.
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21 October 2019
Planning for innovation in TVET – online discussion
From 28 October, UNESCO-UNEVOC will be hosting on online discussion on the TVeT Forum focused on the process of planning for innovation in TVET institutions, schools and training centres.
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26 August 2019
UNESCO-UNEVOC organizes Guided Self-Assessment Workshops in 10 countries
UNESCO-UNEVOC, in partnership with selected UNEVOC Centres, launched a series of workshops aimed at testing and co-developing the Skills for Innovation Hubs (i-hubs) “Innovation Framework”.
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27 March 2019
UNESCO-UNEVOC launches its Skills for Innovation Hubs project
The UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre launched its Skills for Innovation Hubs project on 28-29 March 2019 in Bonn, Germany.
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1 February 2019
Virtual conference on innovation in TVET
UNESCO-UNEVOC is holding a virtual conference on innovation in TVET. The virtual conference will be held on the TVeT Forum from 25 February to 1 March.
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14 November 2018
UNESCO-UNEVOC experts meeting on Skills for Innovation Hubs Initiative (i-hubs)
The i-hubs initiative is funded by the Chinese Government with in-kind resources from UNESCO-UNEVOC and ten pilot centres. It derives from major ongoing global disruptions in work and society and the increasing challenges that national TVET policy makers and systems’ developers face in providing the innovative skills needed to succeed in the uncertain labour market. In its preliminary phase the initiative will focus on Asia-Pacific, Africa, and Europe, specifically in the sectors of entrepreneurship, digitalization, and greening.


6 July 2017
Skills for work, innovation and sustainable development
More than 300 participants from 80 countries met at together at the ‘Skills on the move: global trends, local resonances’ conference taking place in Tangshan, People’s Republic of China from 4 – 6 July 2017. The event discussed how to meet the demand for skills development and overcome economic and social inequalities through TVET.
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page date 2019-11-20

The UNESCO-UNEVOC Skills for Innovation Hubs is part of the initiative 'Developing TVET institutions for entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainability' implemented by UNESCO since 2017, and is supported by the Beijing Caofeidian International Vocational Education City (BCEC), with contributions from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

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