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In April and May 2021, over 170 participants from more than 50 countries successfully completed the second online training course on family and intergenerational literacy and learning (FILL) organized by the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) and the Commonwealth of Learning (COL). The course supports Member States and partners in providing inclusive, equitable, and relevant education for adults and children, particularly in the context of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Approximately 11 million people are in prisons worldwide, a number that is constantly growing. Many prisons are overcrowded and at crisis point, unable to provide education – a fundamental human right to which all prisoners should have access. To identify current trends, progress and challenges...

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Speakers and participants at a UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) webinar about the measurement of youth and adult literacy sent a clear message: We need better data for efficient policies. Only with direct skills assessments and high-quality data will we be able to fully leverage...