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UNESCO-UNEVOC Regional Forum Asia and Pacific: Advancing TVET for Youth Employability and Sustainable Development

4–6 September 2013, Seoul, Republic of Korea


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Asia and Pacific Regional Forum on Advancing TVET for Youth Employability and Sustainable Development
 
Language:  English
Abstract:  To strengthen global and regional harmonization for the advancement of TVET transformation through the capacities of UNEVOC's unique global Network of specialized TVET institutions and affiliated partners, the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre organized a series of meetings to be held in all regions of the world. The meetings are organized following the recommendations outlined in the Shanghai Consensus, in which the role of the UNEVOC Network is highlighted as playing a key role in developing the capacities of decision-makers and practitioners, and facilitate the involvement of all stakeholders in TVET transformation and development across the globe.

In collaboration with the Korea Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training (KRIVET) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ GmbH), the Asia and Pacific Regional Forum on Advancing TVET for Youth Employability and Sustainable Development was held from 4 to 6 September 2013. Hosted in Seoul, Republic of Korea, the 3-day event aimed at strengthening regional harmonization for the advancement of TVET transformation through networking, partnerships and mobilization of expertise and resources, and provided a platform to showcase innovative and evidence-based regional promising practices in the fields of Youth and Skills and Greening TVET.
 
Publisher/s:  UNESCO-UNEVOC
Published:  2013 in Bonn, Germany
Pub. Type:  Report
Pub. Format:  PDF
ISBN online:  978-92-95071-59-9
 
Categories:  UNESCO Publication
Sustainable Development
Youth
Countries:  Republic of Korea
Series:  UNEVOC Meeting Reports
Tags:  C389
 
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