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Global Skills Forum

Skills and lifelong learning are essential for economies to prosper, individuals to thrive and access decent work, and societies and communities to grow fairer and more resilient. Continuously skilling, reskilling and upskilling people of all ages provides immense value to society and helps to overcome social, environmental, and economic disruptions.

The Global Skills Forum brings together representatives from around the world to take part in a conversation about how to shape skills development in our ever-changing economies and societies. 

Greening TVET systems: Learning by example

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Learn how to enhance the readiness of workers and sensitize enterprises through different experiences of greening Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and skills development systems. 


Zechariah Luhanga
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Zambia
Birte Ifang
Senior Policy Officer, Education Unit, Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany
Silviu Gîncu
Head of Directorate, Technical Vocational Education Policies, Ministry of Education and Research, Republic of Moldova
Dominique Crivelli
Senior Advisor Vocational Skills Development, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation


Olga Strietska-Ilina
Team Leader, Skills Strategies for Future Labour Markets, Skills and Employability
International Labour Organization (ILO)