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UNESCO-UNEVOC is proud to announce the winners of the Skills in Action Award!

UNESCO-UNEVOC has launched the Skills in Action Award for the first time and is most pleased with the reception of this award in the TVET community.

Mobile Learning Week 2015 © UNESCO

Mobile technology in skills development for women

UNESCO-UNEVOC co-organized a session on "Using mobile technology in skills development for women: A glimpse into promising practices to improve skills for employability" at Mobile Learning Week 2015. UNEVOC Centres from Finland and the Philippines presented case studies.

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Skills development for the cultural and natural heritage sector

Ms Anna Steinkamp of the German National Commission came to UNESCO-UNEVOC on 9 March to discuss possible joint interventions at the 39th Session of the World Heritage Committee due to take place in Bonn in June 2015.


New Emerging Technology Skills: Conference in Chennai, India

UNESCO-UNEVOC participated in the conference on "New Emerging Technology Skills. A Networking Platform to promote new Technology Skills for the emerging knowledge economy", which took place on 16-17 February 2015 in Chennai, India


Visit of Maltese Education Minister to UNEVOC

The Minister of Education and Employment Evarist Bartolo and the Ambassador of Malta to Germany Albert Friggieri visited UNESCO-UNEVOC to learn more about its activities.

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