Literacy and Basic Skills
UIL and the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education in Bangkok are supporting the Japanese Government in organising the Kominkan-CLC International Conference on ESD - Community Based Human Development for Sustainable Society in Okayama City from 9 to 12 October 2014.
Basic skills for social inclusion and cohesion was the thematic focus of the fourth Annual Conference of the European Basic Skills Network (EBSN), which was hosted by the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources, the Hungarian Ministry of Interior, and the Hungarian Association for Lifelong Learning ...
The action research on the measurement of learning outcomes of literacy programmes’ participants (RAMAA) project, initiated by the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL), aims to develop and use efficient tools and methods to measure the learning outcomes of young people and adults (15+) who...
The fourth policy brief in the UIL series recommends youth engagement in multipurpose community learning spaces and centres. The aim is to improve their access to full participation in learning and community development activities.
The third in UIL’s current series of policy briefs, titled Gender equality matters: Empowering women through literacy programmes, offers research-informed analysis and action-oriented recommendations for local and national governments, providers of literacy programmes and educators on how to reduce...
The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) has published a research study titled “Literacy and Women’s Empowerment: Stories Of Success And Inspiration”.