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Healthy Living, Toolkit For Refugees

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Healthy Eating, Healthy Living Clip Art

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Alison Leigh Carter [threegoodspoons@gmail.com]
Sent: 2015-11-26
Subject: Re: Food hygiene and community health training in pictures

Hello again

Thanks to all for responses via the forum and direct email.

I have found this resource is useful for content on nutrition and community
health awareness,
reproduced in a several languages including Burmese and Karen, with
context-relevant illustrations.

http://www.refugees.org/resources/for-refugees–immigrants/health/nutrition/refugee-nutrition-outreach.html

Happy kitchens!

Alison Carter
Three Good Spoons
Domestic culinary training, Yangon

EMAIL threegoodspoons@gmail.com
WEB www.threegoodspoons.com
FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/threegoodspoons

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Educators called on to join UNESCO Green Citizens’ Project at Paris Climate Conference 2015 (COP21)

Educators called on to join UNESCO Green Citizens’ Project at Paris Climate Conference 2015 (COP21)
Educators and practitioners worldwide working to promote sustainable development are invited to join UNESCO Green Citizens’ Project which will feature at the Paris Climate Conference 2015 (COP21).
The project, a partnership between UNESCO, Sipa Press and the Klorane Institute which highlights the crucial role education plays in ensuring the future of the planet, will form part of the UNESCO Pavilion at COP21, Paris Le Bourget from 30 November to 11 December, 2015
At the project’s core is a participatory multimedia platform where educators and practitioners across the world can share their own projects, experiences and best practices related to Education for Sustainable Development and discover other.
A photography exhibition, Pathfinders for Change, focuses on eight emblematic initiatives  which range from the transmission of indigenous knowledge in Nicaragua, to rice farming methods in Japan, sustainable fishing in France, protecting the coasts in the United States, performing arts to change behaviours in Vanuatu, a tea plantation empowering local communities in India, a wall of vegetation in Senegal and a recycling school in Egypt.
In a message UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova said: “Stepping back and taking a moment to reflect amidst the whirlwind of information available, the UNESCO Green Citizens Project intends to re-appropriate the values behind our collective will to build a world we can all share. Men and women everywhere are committed to our planet, proposing ideas and projects that can revolutionize the future. They are forerunners of a new form of humanism. These pathfinders are shaping tomorrow’s world, taking inspiration from the past to meld traditions with innovations.”
Throughout COP21, conferences, panels and meetings will be taking place under the auspices of UNESCO to shed light on the many ways education contributes to Sustainable Development.Through the Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development UNESCO seeks to generate and scale-up concrete actions in ESD and follow up on its work carried out during the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014).
The education community further stressed its commitment to ESD in the Education 2030 Framework for Action with Target 4.7 which aims to educate, raise awareness and transmit best practices on ESD by promoting a use of resources that limits climate change, decreases the risk of natural disasters, favours cultural diversity, gender equality and health, reduces poverty, increases biodiversity and bolsters peace.

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Call for expression of interest: UNESCO study of initial and continuous teacher training programs

 UNESCO-UNEVOC [unevoc@unesco.org]
Sent: 2015-11-30
Subject: Call for expression of interest: UNESCO study of initial and continuous teacher training programs

Dear e-forum members,

Please find below a call of expression of interest for a UNESCO office
study on Initial and Continuous Teacher Training Programs.

Best regards,
UNESCO-UNEVOC

Dear all,

The Government of Haiti and the UNESCO Office in Port-au-Prince are
planning to conduct the study of initial and continuous teacher training
programs and institutions in Haiti. The Government has requested the
Teacher Task Force to identify experts/institutions who could undertake
this study and prepare a report with recommendations of follow up
interventions.

If you (or your team/institution) are interested in this study, please
submit an expression of interest to <h.katayama@unesco.org> no later than
Friday, December 11, 2015. Please find below the details.

1. Outline of the study (Please find attached the concept note and
complementary documents detailing the teacher training content and
structure in Haiti)

* Objective: To evaluate initial and continuous teacher training programs
and institutions in Haiti.

* Expected deliverable: A report (in French) which includes the analysis of
the status of initial and continuous teacher training programs and
institutions in Haiti and recommendations to strengthen the programs and
institutions.

* Timeframe: The initial draft report will need to be submitted by Monday,
1 February 2016.

* Scope: Because of tight deadlines, we could accept expressions of
interest on the whole or on one or more sub-sectors indicated in the
Ministry’s plans:
(i) pre-primary and primary education;
(ii) secondary education; and
(iii) vocational training.

2. Format and content of the expression of interest

* Length: No more than 10 pages.

* Languages: French or English (note that the deliverable will need to be
produced in French)

*Contents: 1) Brief presentation of your (or your team’s/institution’s)
expertise and relevant research experiences; 2) Research experiences of
working with the national education authorities and/or international
organizations; 3) A work plan in line with the concept note, including:
- The significance of this study in view of the recent trends of
international education agenda (i.e. Education 2030, Incheon Declaration,
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs));
- Methodologies and approaches which will be used for data collection and
analysis for this study;
- The sub-sector(s) that you would like to cover: (i) pre-primary
education; (ii) primary and secondary education; and/or (iii) vocational
training
- Proposed specific actions (including travel to Haiti) with timeframe;
- The CV (resumes) of all people you expect to involve in the work, and a
description of their roles;
- Foreseeable risks and risk mitigation measures;

*Estimated cost and its breakdown.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact
<h.katayama@unesco.org>.

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Hiromichi Katayama
International Teacher Task Force Secretariat
Phone: +33(0)1 45 68 12 87
E-mail: h.katayama@unesco.org
www.teachersforefa.unesco.org

French version

Chers messiers, chères mesdames,

Le gouvernement d’Haïti et le bureau de l’UNESCO à Port-au-Prince
visent à entreprendre l’étude des programmes initiaux et continus de
formation des enseignants ainsi que les celle des instituts qui les
prodiguent à Haïti.  Le gouvernement a demandé à l’Équipe spéciale
sur les enseignants d’identifier des experts ou des organisations aptes
à s’attaquer à ce chantier afin de rédiger un rapport contenant des
recommandations et des actions de suivi.

Si vous (ou votre équipe/institution) êtes intéressés par cette étude,
veuillez soumettre une expression d’intérêt à < h.katayama@unesco.org
> avant le vendredi 11 décembre 2015. Vous trouverez, ci-dessous, les
détails.

1.      Sommaire de l’étude (Vous trouverez, jointe au courriel, la note
conceptuelle et les documents complémentaires détaillant le contenu et la
structure de la formation des enseignants à Haïti).

* Objectif : Évaluer les programmes de formation des enseignants initiaux
et continus ainsi que les institutions qui les prodiguent.

* Livrables : Un rapport (en français) incluant l’analyse du statut des
programmes de formation initiaux et continus et des instituts de formation
à Haïti et des recommandations visant à renforcer les programmes et les
institutions.

* Échéancier : La première ébauche du rapport doit être déposée
avant le lundi 1er février 2016.

* Échelle : En raison des délais courts, nous sommes en mesure
d’accepter des expressions d’intérêt sur l’ensemble ou sur certains
des sous-secteurs suivant :
i.      Enseignement pré-primaire et fondamental;
ii.     Enseignement secondaire;
iii.    Formation professionnel.

2.      Format et contenu de l’expression d’intérêt

* Longueur : Pas plus de 10 pages.

* Langues : Français ou anglais (le rapport devra être rédigé en
français)

* Contenu: 1) Une brève présentation de votre expertise (ou celle de
votre équipe/organisation) et de vos expériences pertinentes en
recherche; 2)   Votre expérience de recherche en partenariat avec des
autorités éducatives nationales ou des organisations internationales; 3)
Un plan de travail basé sur la note conceptuelle incluant :
- L’importance de cette étude au vue des développements récents dans
le cadre d’action international en éducation (par ex. : Éducation 2030,
la déclaration d’Incheon, les Objectifs de développement durables
(SDGs));
- Les méthodologies et les approches qui seront utilisées pour la
collecte des données et pour l’analyse;
- Les sous-secteurs que vous êtes à même de couvrir : (1)
l’enseignement pré-primaire, (2) primaire et secondaire, (3) Formation
professionnel;
- Un échéancier détaillé incluant vos séjours à Haïti;
- Le curriculum vitae de toutes les personnes impliquées dans le travail
ainsi que leurs rôles respectifs;
- Les risques entrevus et les mesures de mitigations envisagées;

* Une estimation des coûts incluant un budget détaillé.

Pour toute question, n’hésitez pas à communiquer avec
<h.katayama@unesco.org>.

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Hiromichi Katayama
International Teacher Task Force Secretariat
Phone: +33(0)1 45 68 12 87
E-mail: h.katayama@unesco.org
www.teachersforefa.unesco.org

Attachments:

Evaluation des programmes de formation
http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/e-forum/NC_valuation-des-programmes-de-formation_rev.pdf

Plan de formation des enseignants au CFEF
http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/e-forum/Le-plan-de-formation-des-enseignants-au-CFEF.pdf

Contenu formation enseignants Haiti 2012
http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/e-forum/Contenu_formation_enseignants__Haiti-2012.pdf

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COP21 UNESCO Education Events and Activities

Dear Colleagues,

You and your colleagues are invited to attend COP21 Climate Education Theme Day, December 4th.  UNESCO will have a set of mini-events throughout the day and you may wish to visit the UNESCO booth in the blue venue.  UNESCO will be hosting a series of events throughout the COP,  to learn more visit  http://en.unesco.org/themes/unesco-and-climate-change-towards-cop21
 
UNESCO education events for C0P21
• Training session at the UNFCCC Conference of Youth (COY) on ESD leadership on 26 November at Le Bourget
• For the Thematic day on education, the French Government is organizing a Ministerial side event with UNESCO’s participation on 4 December at 9.30 at Le Bourget, Climate Generation space
• UN side event: “Learning to live with climate change: Accelerating climate change education and awareness raising”. Panel discussion with a focus on formal education on 4 December, 13.15-14.45 at Le Bourget, Blue zone
• UN Alliance side event: “A call to action to support today’s young generation in developing their knowledge and skills”. Panel discussion with a focus on non-formal education, on 4 December, 18.30-20.00 at Le Bourget, Blue zone
• ASPnet conference on ESD and climate change, a two-day conference to discuss good practice on ESD and climate change with a focus on the whole-school approach from 7 to 8 December at UNESCO
• Thematic booth on education within the regular UN exhibition space from 1 to 13 December at Le Bourget, Blue zone
UNESCO exhibition space, short ESD-related panel discussions and interviews on 4 and 9 December at Le Bourget, Climate Generation Space
More information on the events can be found at:

Agenda_education_day_4_december_2015_cop_21_cmp_11

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 Rachael McKeown [rachael.mckeown@educationandemployers.org]
Sent: 2015-11-16
Subject: Employer engagement in education: A bibliography

Dear all,

Education and Employers Taskforce would like to inform you of their recent
publication ‘Employer engagement in education: A bibliography’.

You can find the bibliography here:
http://www.educationandemployers.org/research/employer-engagement-in-education-a-bibliography/

The bibliography provides a reference list of works we believe to be of
value in our field of work, employer engagement in education. Employer
engagement in education relates to a wide range of related educational and
economic approaches. It is connected to different disciplines: careers
literature, education policy and pedagogy, economics, human resource
management, psychology, sociology, studies of gender, ethnicity, class and
culture. Helpful insights are not only to be found in university libraries,
but also in publications commissioned by governments, charities and other
agencies and sponsored by individual employers and employer bodies.

The list was created in November 2015. We hope and expect that this
bibliography will grow year on year. If you are aware of publications which
you feel should be added to the list (and perhaps summarised), please do
get in touch.

Many thanks,
Rachael McKeown.
rachael.mckeown@educationandemployers.org

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Céline Henzelin [celine.henzelin@epfl.ch]
Sent: 2015-11-12
Subject: Re: Relevant TVET authorities in Switzerland & Singapore

Dear Syeda,

Maybe this could help you.

best regards

Céline
http://www.sbfi.admin.ch/berufsbildung/01587/index.html?lang=en

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Ijaz Ali Kaka Khel [ikakakhel@gmail.com]
Sent: 2015-11-06
Subject: Re: Affiliation/Accreditation Bodies for Vocational/Technical Trainings

ACBSP (http://www.acbsp.org/) in USA for Accreditation of all business
subjects and schools  in TVET.

Ijaz Ali Kakakhel

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Mr Stephen Auburn [stephen@pd-solutions.com.au]
Sent: 2015-11-05
Subject: Re: Affiliation/Accreditation Bodies for Vocational/Technical Trainings

Australia is Australian Skills Quality Authority www.asqa.gov.au  for
registration of training/assessing organisations (RTOs), accreditation of
courses.

The  Australian Industry and Skills Committee for endorsement of Training
Packages (competency Standard and Qualifications) and for establishing
Standards for VET Regulators and Standards for Registered Training
Organisations.

Singapore – start with the Workforce Development Agency
http://www.wda.gov.sg/

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Damian Boyle [boyle.damian@northlandscollege.sk.ca]
Sent: 2015-11-11
Subject: Benefits of Plain Language & Graphical Information

Colleagues,

I am looking for evidence of the benefits of using Plain Language and
Graphical Information in TVET and in the Workplace.

Considerations include:
* Print or Electronically Displayed Documents
* Live Presentations
* Recorded Audio-Video Presentation
* Improved Efficiencies of Time and/or Costs
* Reduction of Errors, Losses, and Harms
* Workplace Implementation and Profitability
* Innovation Contributions by Formal Education Level

Any other considerations that you can suggest are here solicited.

I have posted links relating to some aspects these topics on EduNorth:

https://edunorth.wordpress.com/graphics/
https://edunorth.wordpress.com/plain-language/

Please share my request with any of your colleagues with similar
interests.

Your assistance with determining the cost/benefit values of using Plain
Language and Graphical Information in TVET and in the Workplace would be
greatly appreciated.

Thanks very much for sharing your time with this.

Yours,

T. Damian Boyle
Workplace Educator
McArthur River Mine Site
Northlands College
Box 1000
Air Ronge, Saskatchewan
S0J 1L0
Canada

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Jonathan Ledger [Jonathan.Ledger@proskills.co.uk]
Sent: 2015-11-09
Subject: Re: Associations of Private Training Providers

Here is one in the UK

http://www.aelp.org.uk/

JONATHAN LEDGER MIQ MCMI DipRSA Fel.IAV
Chief Executive Officer

E: jonathan.ledger@proskills.co.uk
www.proskills.co.uk
Proskills UK is a Registered Charity no: 1155635

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Damian Boyle [boyle.damian@northlandscollege.sk.ca]
Sent: 2015-11-09
Subject: Re: Associations of Private Training Providers

Good Day, Maria!

Based on my own experiences, conversations, and considerations in my own
work about high quality Training providers for Oilfield Workers, I
recommend this one to you.

Enform and OSSA announce agreement  in principle to merge into one safety
association

About Enform
As a national association Enform supports and promotes the highest safety
standards across all of Canada’s upstream oil and gas industry through
innovative training, certifications, services and resources. We work with
our clients and partners to ensure that everyone goes home safely every
day.

About OSSA
The Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) is a non-profit organization made
up of representatives from Canadian Natural Resources, Shell Canada, Suncor
Energy and Syncrude Canada, as well as volunteer members from labor
providers, union, area contractors and learning providers. The OSSA’s
objective is to bring together the regional stakeholders to identify,
develop and implement strategies and tools for the purpose of creating
“an incident free workforce”.

http://www.enform.ca/news/news.cfm?releasePage=0909201515467

Best wishes.

Yours,

T. Damian Boyle
Workplace Educator
McArthur River Mine Site
Northlands College
Box 1000
Air Ronge, Saskatchewan
S0J 1L0
Canada

1.306.633.2001 (x8881)

www.trainnorth.ca

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Rónán Haughey [ronanoheochaidh@gmail.com]
Sent: 2015-11-10
Subject: Re: Associations of Private Training Providers

Hi Maria

This European Association may be of interest to you, it has over 4’000
members from 24 European countries

EFVET
EfVET is a unique European-wide professional association which has been
created by and for providers of technical and vocational education and
training (TVET) in all European countries.
http://www.efvet.org/

Yours in Skills

Rónán

Rónán Haughey MInstLM; MIEP
Founder & Development Partner
The Rónán Haughey Development Partnership

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Renu bajpai [president.usd@gmail.com]
Sent: 2015-11-10
Subject: Re: Associations of Private Training Providers

Dear Madam,

Greetings!!!

I am Renu from USD Consortium of Skill Development, Training & Women
Empowerment, (www.usdconsortium.com),  a society formed by us with an
Indian initiative & global vision to provide private training to the
maximum citizens of India & make them skilled and economically empowered.

We are trying our level best to  provide max benefits to every section of
society by doing various awareness camps, seminars, workshops, and also
regular coaching classes for BPL students,  minorities, women & every other
section, trying to improve the personality of these  trainees  by running
many paid & unpaid courses of spoken English, Information Technology,
advanced courses related to computers, Retail sales etc.

These courses are of 3-months to 1-year duration depending on their level.

After making them skilled, we try to provide employment to them as we have
tie-ups with placement consultants also.

Right now we don’t have any funding from any source. We are taking
negligible fees from students doing paid courses.

So for the past one & half years, we are working very honestly and proudly
for our society, carrying forward the honesty & committed virtues of Shri
Uma Shankar Dixit (a very noble educationist in India) in our citizens
again,  helping the society empathetically and making our citizens skilled
so that they can help themselves & others by creating SHG ( self help
groups ).

I agree with you in the association of private trainers so that they can
understand each other’s problems.

Although in India, our government supports us alot, but we can also help
each other strongly as many of our problems might be similar.

I want you n others to see our website as well  (www.usdconsortium.com).

If we can get funding from sources who also have same vision to change our
society for its betterment, we can work with double energy.

We will continue to work to fulfill our mission of helping our country
citizens, making them more aware of various social n educational issues.

Regards
Renu
President – USD Consortium of Skill Development, Training &Women
Empowerment.

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Mr Stephen Auburn [stephen@pd-solutions.com.au]
Sent: 2015-11-10
Subject: Re: Associations of Private Training Providers

Australia

Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET)
www.acpet.edu.au

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Céline Henzelin [celine.henzelin@epfl.ch]
Sent: 2015-11-10
Subject: Re: Associations of Private Training Providers

Dear Maria,

here is one of associations in Switzerland.
http://www.aprentas.ch/aprentas/kontakt.cfm

With my best regards

Céline Henzelin

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Damian Boyle [boyle.damian@northlandscollege.sk.ca]
Sent: 2015-11-06
Subject: Re: Workshop Layout Standards

Colleague,

I note that laws for Education and Training Institutions sometimes allow
for Learners and their Instructors to be exposed to hazards in ways that
would NOT be allowable in a Workplace.

Accordingly, I suggest that you refer to Occupational Health and Safety
Laws for guidance.  Given the variability of these from one jurisdiction to
another, I suggest that you consult with various Worker Injuries and
Fatalities Insurance providers (Workers’ Compensation Boards) for guidance
on best practices that may be above and beyond the minimum standards
outlined in OHS Acts and Regulations.

For each training task you will need to consider both ergonomics and
process flow.  Industry Associations are good sources of information for
best practices and trend monitoring.

Wishing you a Safe and Productive day.

Yours,

Damian
T. Damian Boyle
Workplace Educator
McArthur River Mine Site
Northlands College
Box 1000
Air Ronge, Saskatchewan
S0J 1L0
Canada

1.306.633.2001 (x8881)

www.trainnorth.ca

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Dara agstiana [daraagstiana@gmail.com]
Sent: 2015-11-05
Subject: Re: Workshop Layout Standards

There are many alternative design (with standard) in (book) Modern School
Shop Planning (7th edition) by Ann Arbor, Copyright 1976 by Prakken
Publication, Inc.
This one for the example:

Attachment:

Scheme
http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/e-forum/20151105_142341.jpg

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UNESCO-UNEVOC [unevoc@unesco.org]
Sent: 2015-11-09
Subject: Re: Call for Nominations – UNESCO-King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa Prize for the Use of ICTs in Education

Dear e-Forum members,

please be informed that the deadline for the submission of nominations for
the UNESCO King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize for the Use of Information
and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Education (2015) has been extended
to 30 November 2015.

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For further information see
http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/themes/icts/single-view/news/icts_in_education_prize_call_for_nominations-12
***
Plus d’informations en français :
http://www.unesco.org/new/fr/unesco/themes/icts/ict-in-education-prize/
***
Más información en español:
http://www.unesco.org/new/es/unesco/themes/icts/ict-in-education-prize/
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More information IN ARABIC:
http://www.unesco.org/new/ar/unesco/themes/icts/ict-in-education-prize/
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To submit your application, please contact your National Commission or an
International Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) maintaining official
relations
with UNESCO and working on the themes covered by the Prizes.

Application Guidelines:
http://www.unesco.org/new/fileadmin/MULTIMEDIA/HQ/ED/pdf/Guidelines_UNESCO-Prize-ICT-ED2015.pdf

Submission form:
http://www.unesco.org/new/fileadmin/MULTIMEDIA/HQ/ED/pdf/Submission-form_UNESCOPrizes-ICT-ED2015.doc

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UNESCO-UNEVOC [unevoc@unesco.org]
Sent: 2015-11-05
Subject: Re: [COP21] Virtual Conference on Greening TVET in the context of global climate change policy developments

Dear e-forum members,

Please be informed that you can still sign up for the current virtual
conference on Greening TVET in the context of climate change policy
developments. The virtual conference will take place until 13 November. The
background note can be found here:

http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/go.php?q=aboutus
… ground_note-VC-Greening_TVET-

Sofroniou.pdf

If you are interested and would like to register for this Virtual
Conference,
please visit the following page to find more information and sign up:
http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/go.php?q=Virtual+Conference+Green
… ning+TVET+in+the+context+of+climate+change+policy+developments

Best regards
UNESCO-UNEVOC

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Wouter de Regt [w.de-regt@unesco.org]
Sent: 2015-11-09
Subject: Re: [COP21] Virtual Conference on Greening TVET in the context of global climate change policy developments

Dear e-forum members,

Please be informed that this is the second and final week of the virtual
conference on Greening TVET in the context of global climate change policy
developments. To join the debates and discussions, please find more
information and sign up here:

http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/go.php?q=Virtual+Conference+Greening+TVET+in+the+context+of+climate+change+policy+developments

Best regards,

UNESCO-UNEVOC

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