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11 August 2024 - 15 August 2024

Bogota, Colombia

PAGE Guyana, in collaboration with ILO, is organizing a regional training to help countries in LAC to better understand the social and employment implications of climate and sustainable development policies. This initiative is part of the Green Jobs Assessment Institutions Network (GAIN), established in 2013, focusing on capacity building and evidence-based research in developing nations.

Participants will engage in intensive training on the Green Jobs Assessment Model (GJAM), learning methodologies to analyze climate policies’ impacts on employment, GDP, skills, and more. The event targets ILO specialists, researchers, and policymakers, fostering national processes for green policy planning.

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