This week at TVET Global Innovators Conference in Doha, Qatar Tahseen Consulting and UNESCO announced plans to conduct a report on female participation in technical and vocational education and training in Qatar. In the video below, Tahseen Consulting’s CEO Walid Aradi explains the relevance of the study to TVET reform and realizing economic development aspirations in Qatar.
Tahseen Consulting formed a partnership with the World Bank, United Nations, and International Labor Organization Youth Employment Network (YEN) to contribute its research and insights to a new online community to address the global youth employment challenge. The Youth Employment Network Marketplace (www.yenmarketplace.org) is a community where youth employment stakeholders can find or exchange ideas, resources, and partnership.
Tahseen Consulting will contribute to the process of exchange and dialogue through its award winning insights on the Arab World which have been recognized by UNESCO, the European Investment Bank, the Network for Policy Research, Review and Advice on Education and Training, the Gates Foundation, and other prominent think tanks globally and in the Arab World. The partnership will advance the World Bank, United Nations, and International Labor Organization mission to build a community that supports innovation by convening governments, workers, private sector, civil society, academics, and development professionals to reduce unemployment and underemployment among youth.