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Green skills for a sustainable future

The world is currently facing an unprecedented crisis that is affecting social and economic systems alike. We must therefore think ahead and help countries recover and rebuild sustainably.

Type : Event
When : 5 October 2020 - 7 October 2020
Where : Virtual event
Under the theme Green Skills for a Sustainable Future, and through a combination of plenary sessions, virtual booths, networking opportunities, and expert-led workshops, the LKDF Forum 2020 will provide a virtual venue to discuss the future of skills and jobs. In particular, how public and private sector partners can work together to reduce the mismatch between supply and demand for skills. The challenge lies in the content and quality of technical training in many countries as they do not always match the private sector’s demands. As a result, graduates cannot find jobs while employers cannot find skilled personnel.

For the past years, the Learning and Knowledge Development Facility (LKDF) has been building a culture of sharing for inclusive and sustainable industrial practices in the skills development landscape in cooperation with public, private, and development partners to equip young people with technical skills and contribute to shared prosperity. Today, we need you to take the LKDF to the next level.

To learn more about the event and to register, click on the link provided below.

Sources

Other international organizations

Specify Source

UNIDO, Learning and Knowledge Development Facility (LKDF)

Regions

Global

Issues

Anticipating future skills needs

Other Issues

Green skills

Subject Tags

climate change
green jobs

Start Date

End Date

Location

Virtual event

Publication Date

09/2020
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