Youth Version of the 2012 EFA Global Monitoring Report Be Skilled, Be Employed, Be the Change Generation
The GMR on its 10th Anniversary edition for the first time asked young people to translate in their own words the findings and recommendations of the 2012 EFA Global Monitoring Report (GMR) on skills development.
A Task Force of more than 600 young persons around the world contributed to the first Youth version of the GMR with stories and testimonies on the importance -for the largest young generation in history - to have skills and opportunities for a decent job.
UNESCO and the GMR listened to the aspirations and thoughts of youth and opened another channel for dialogue with the first youth version of the GMR.
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