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Webinar about Who are the forest workers of today

Monday, November 09 , 2020 1457

The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)Forests, Land and Housing Division in Geneva, organized a webinar on 14 October 2020 in a virtual way.

 

The topic was: "Who are the forest workers of today? Who will they be in the future? Trends and opportunities facing modern jobs in the forest sector".

 

Ilpo Puputti, UEF Vice President, attended this webinar, representing UEF.

 

You'll find attached the nice presentations made during the webinar.

 

The UEF Presidency


Related documents:
Presentation_final Forest workers 10 2020.pdf

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