A major event by the European Training Foundation, focusing on skills for green and inclusive societies in the digital era, will take place on 21-25 June and will feature an award for good practice in green skills development.
The conference ‘Building lifelong learning systems: skills for green and inclusive societies in the digital era’, is organised with the collaboration of the EBRD, ILO and UNICEF. The event has a double objective: to create a forum for joint reflection on national and international experience in transforming education and training systems into lifelong learning, and to confirm priorities for future cooperation in the area of human capital development against the backdrop of global developments and challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
On 25 June, the ETF will also unveil the three winners of the ETF Green Skills Award, which will represent the best stories in skills development that empower the green transition. Representatives from Azerbaijan, Belarus and Ukraine are among the finalists.
The European Training Foundation is the EU agency supporting the countries of the EU neighbourhood to reform their education, training and labour market systems. It works with policymakers and practitioners to support reform, promote evidence-based approaches, document change, provide analysis and stimulate debate to anticipate new skills needs.
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