Four literacy scholars from Nigeria tap into UIL expertise on literacy and lifelong learning.
The International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa (IICBA) focusses on building and strengthening capacities of teacher education institutions in the region [...]
With an overall literacy rate of 65.9% (men 75.5% and women 57.4%) according to the 2011 Census, Nepal is at risk of not meeting the 2015 Education for All Goal 4.
Providing basic literacy skills to the world’s 800 million illiterate adults is an essential step in empowering people [...]
A literacy workshop in Addis Ababa examines best practices and tactics for improving the status of literacy facilitators.
Mozambique has one of the highest rates of illiteracy in the world, with approximately 44% of adults (nearly 60% of women) unable to read and write. [...]
A recent conference results in "Leipzig Recommendations on Early Literacy Education", incorporating the UNESCO definition of literacy as a continuum.
This year's Leipzig Book Fair will include a special conference on raising awareness for early literacy, and UIL's Ulrike Hanemann will deliver the closing presentation.
UIL participated in the Fourth World Innovation Summit for Education, held in Doha, Qatar.
A recent meeting reviewed progress on the Revitalizing Adult and Youth Literacy project and strengthened cooperation between UNESCO and the Nigerian Ministry of Education.