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Sydney Roosters 🏆 ⭐️ Aug 29
The Sydney Roosters are proud to support The Indigenous Literacy Foundation. For the month of September, sign up to FILL A BOOKSHELF for children in a remote community, because literacy changes lives. Sign up at
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Imagination Library UK Aug 16
On 8 September 2018, International Literacy Day will be celebrated around the world with the theme ‘Literacy and skills development’. Some of our affiliates are planning events to tie in with this special day. How will you be celebrating?
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Sep 8
There are 750 million illiterate adults across the world. Two thirds of them are women. This has to change. The UK is committed to making sure all girls receive the education they deserve
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Dr. Nkem Osuigwe Sep 7
How can Africans without access to formal education gain literacy skills? How do we integrate non-formal education into regional & national policies?
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Pan African Movement May 16
Replying to @pamrwanda
During the , different activities that include an international conference, public talks, exhibition of Made in Africa products, African Cultural Night, community work (Umuganda) will be carried out.
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Tristan Bancks Sep 3
It's International Literacy Day on Saturday! Help some of the world's 800 million illiterate people (2/3 are girls and women) by getting behind our 2018 World Change Challenge. We're sending 50 girls to school for a year.
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Dr. Nkem Osuigwe Sep 8
How do we get more resources for Institutions such as that support formal education & are bulwarks of informal education for increasing the literacy rate of Africans?
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Bridgid Cowling Sep 5
Celebrated with my colleagues. We discussed ‘Growing up Aboriginal in Australia’ at our Reconciliation Book Club. Thanks to for such a powerful anthology and to all the contributors to the book for their generosity and honesty.
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The Optical Society 15 Mar 18
to , which raised awareness of how technologies promote sustainable development & provide solutions to worldwide challenges in , , , & more. Lets keep the momentum going for on 16 May.
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Biliamin Popoola Sep 8
It's and I'm rounding up my paper on health literacy... Developing economies need improved health literacy to counteract the low resource status of their healthcare system... And libraries have to rise up to the challenge as the hub of literacy
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WISE Sep 3
How can educators better support learners in developing new literacies in school and beyond? Join our on Sep 7 to discuss the evolving definition of , as part of International !
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UQP Sep 4
Happy ! To show our support for the and their important work nurturing readers in remote communities, UQP will donate a book for every like and retweet of this post. Help fill some bookshelves and share the reading love across Australia! 📚☺️
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LitClubs in Rwanda Sep 25
members are ambassadors in their schools and communities. Meet Charlotte: our Litclub member in Rwanda who conducted an interactive read-aloud session with her younger schoolmates on International Literacy Day. 💛
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Language on the Move Sep 3
RT : Indigenous Literacy Day is approaching (5 Sept)! celebrate ILD with because every child in Australia deserves equal access to education / books. You can help close the literacy gap by signing up to FILL A BOOKSHELF at
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UNESCO Statistics Sep 25
Currently there are no common standards defining a global minimum proficiency level for reading & math. See how countries are measuring Indicator 4.6.1
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Rwanda Reads Sep 7
"During this day I encourage each of you to become inspired and continue to work to promote literacy in Rwanda" - Director General of REB
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Claire G. Coleman Sep 4
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SK Leshan Sep 6
Rt : September 8th is International Literacy Day It's time to truly configure in & the crucial roles they play in promoting & sustaining literacy as well as in skills acquisition. Let's talk on 8th September!
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USAID Mureke Dusome Sep 2
🤩 📺 HAPPENING NOW: Turn to Dusangire Ijambo Show on Rwanda TV to hear the special guests announce the International Literacy Day celebration activities taking place on Friday!! 📝📚
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indigenous_gov Sep 4
Indigenous Literacy Day is a national celebration of Indigenous cultures, stories & languages. It is also aims to lift literacy levels and instil a love of reading amongst children and adults.
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