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Leveraging innovative technology in literacy and education programmes for refugees, migrants and internally displaced persons

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Recent and rapid developments in digital technology open up learning pathways that offer people on the move new ways of overcoming the challenges they face. The inability to read and write at a basic level, or to actively participate in an increasingly literate and digitalized world, leads to exclusion and acts as a major barrier to more active engagement in political, social, cultural and economic activities.

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