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Here you can find UNESCO publications developed as part of the YEM Project.


Trends mapping - Innovation in TVET

New opportunities and challenges
The following report presents the results of the trends mapping study on innovation in technical and vocational education and training (TVET) conducted by UNESCO-UNEVOC. The study aimed to improve the understanding on innovation in TVET among the int ...

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Global inventory of regional and national qualifications frameworks 2019 - Volume I

Thematic chapters
The fourth edition of the Global Inventory of Regional and National Qualifications Frameworks gathers knowledge and insights from a range of contexts in which regional and national qualifications frameworks operate. In continuing this observatory fun ...

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UNESCO-UNEVOC Virtual Conference: Innovation in TVET

25 February to 01 March 2019
Discussions at UNESCO-UNEVOC’s Learning Forum underlined that new and radical shifts are needed to ensure that TVET systems can respond to these changes and that TVET systems can no longer just operate according to a ‘business-as-usual’ model. ...

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UNESCO and Education

For UNESCO, education is a priority because it is a human right and a force for development progress. Education saves lives, delivers hope, builds dignity, prevents extremism, brings about social inclusion and fosters social mobility. The interna ...

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World Youth Skills Day 2017

UNESCO-UNEVOC and WorldSkills International in action
World Youth Skills Day is an official United Nations Observance since 2015, and raises awareness about the importance of youth skills development. This report gives an account of how members of the UNEVOC Network, the world’s largest platform o ...

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What makes a quality curriculum?

In-Progress Reflection No.2 on Current and Critical Issues in Curriculum and Learning
Sustainable Development Goal Four has to do with education in the post-2015 development agenda. It aims to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”. Given the essential role of curr ...

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Learning a Living. Radical Innovation in Education For Work

How can education for work be improved? This book discusses the relationship between education, innovation, work and the workforce. Its fresh thinking and inspiring practice encourage the spread of good practices to address concerns around rising une ...

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in South Eastern Europe
Education reforms have been on the political agenda for many years. Earlier with several years between reforms, in this century each day seems to bring a new educational reform – some would say that there is no reason for calling it reforms anymore ...

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