To start the new year, WorldSkills is interviewing WorldSkills Champions to find out why they are #SkillsProud. Meet jeweler Leo Rodrigues.
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2020 Year in Review
It's been a year of sadness and disappointment, but also strength and determination.
46th WorldSkills Competition postponed
The next Competition will be in 2022 with 2021 named the year of innovation.
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