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Four scholars from Belize, Ethiopia, India and Lao PDR have joined the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) for one month in an effort to advance policy development, open and distance learning and adult literacy in their countries. During their stay at the Institute, the scholars will work at the UIL Library, which has one of the largest collections of lifelong learning publications in the world.

ALADIN sponsored the attendance of ALADIN member Moses Mwandihi (Kenya National Library Kisumu) at the ADEA Triennale (Dakar, Republic of Senegal, 14 - 17 March 2017) to share his rich knowledge in setting up reading tents for families and children. Promoting the importance of books and reading...

UIL has published a policy brief on Using Libraries to Support National Literacy Efforts .

The policy brief examines the role of libraries in supporting lifelong literacy. It looks at how libraries nurture early literacy skills up to advanced levels of literacy proficiency....

UIL sponsored four scholarships to successful graduates of the PALDIN programme (Participatory Adult Learning Documentation and Information Networking) - an innovative learning package designed by ALADIN India for the professional development of adult educators. It was adopted in 2009 by the...