The Head and staff of UNESCO-UNEVOC are sad to hear about the recent premature death of our former colleague and Head of UNEVOC Network L. Efison Munjanganja.
In pursuit of its agenda of Greening TVET and promoting the role of responsively skilled human capital for sustainable and green transitions, UNESCO –UNEVOC will be organizing a session on ‘Green skills: A non-negotiable action agenda for successful climate action’ at the UNESCO Pavilion located at the Bonn Zone of COP 23.
The first UNEVOC Regional TVET Leadership Programme was conducted in Harare, Zimbabwe from the 23rd to the 27th October 2017. Given the increasing eminence of TVET in the Southern and Eastern African context, this programme was aimed at fostering the abilities of potential change leaders in the region to realize the transformative potential of TVET.
The virtual conference on OER in TVET, moderated by UNESCO OER Chair Robert Schuwer and Ben Janssen ended on 20 November with a live webinar in which the moderators summarized their findings and discussed with participants: View recording at https://youtu.be/fbkd-Fr61PM
UNESCO’s 2017/8 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report highlights the responsibility of governments to provide universal quality education and stresses that accountability is indispensable in achieving this goal.