Youth between the ages of 15-24 are to submit video stories of how they are coping and continuing to learn during the current lockdown. You can capture your video story using your phone. These stories will be shared on the UNEVOC website and across social media channels as part of a global campaign to mark World Youth Skills Day (WYSD). Tips for recording and sharing videos can be found here:
Starter questions for video recording (please say your first name, age, institution, city and country)
1. What has been the most difficult part of distance learning?
2. How are you keeping up with your learning and skills training?
3. What skills do you think will be most important for the future?
4. What message would you like to share with other young people who are watching this video?
Share your video on your social media account with the hashtags #TVETYouthStories #LearningNeverStops #YabaTech . Be sure to tag @UNEVOC, @UNESCO and @YabaTechUNEVOC when you post your video. We will need your consent to use your video on our website. Please fill in and sign the consent form and send it to unevoc.skills(at)unesco.org and yabatechunevoc(at)gmail.com.
Download the consent form at
Deadline for submission is: 15 July 2020