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Call for proposals for innovative capacity building programmes in the UNEVOC Network

UNESCO-UNEVOC is looking to support UNEVOC Network members that are leading innovative capacity development programmes in TVET.

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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.

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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.

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.


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

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