urges NFAs to make representations to their governments: to incorporate adequate technical and vocational training into school curricula and long-range education plans so as to enable every person to begin, continue or resume studies in institutions for technical and vocational training; to take all measures to ensure for girls and women access to all technical and vocational training courses and institutions without discrimination; to provide diversification in the technical and vocational curricula, making due allowance for employment opportunities, and prepare the students of both sexes for such changes, which are characteristic of modern societies irrespective of their stage of development; to stress the importance of providing the fullest possible information regarding the availability of employment to all intending entrants to technical or vocational education courses; to study all necessary measures (including the granting of bursaries) to ensure that girls and women in rural areas have the opportunity to undertake technical studies on the same conditions as men.
Vocational Training (1968, No. 4)
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