RECONOMY Snippet: Future of Skills Development

Sustainable Development Goal 8 links skills development to jobs and economic growth. Access to vocational training and the world of work are just as important. Ensuring that young people have access to professional education is an indispensable element of poverty and unemployment reduction. Here’s a 3-minute snippet from the Advisor for vocational skills development at Helvetas, Katharina Walker, on the future of skills development which is one of the key workstreams of the RECONOMY program.

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Sabin Selimi

Sabin Selimi works for Helvetas as Communication Manager in RECONOMY. Before, he worked in communication advisory roles in the public sector and internationally-funded projects, with experience in the Balkans. As a Chevening scholar, he obtained an MSc in International Public Policy from University College London. As a recipient of Presidential Scholarship, he received a bachelor’s degree in Economics and International Studies from American University in Washington, DC.