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UNESCO to award Literacy Prizes on International Literacy Day

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Date: 1 Sep 2018 | by: UNESCO | Story Source: DevDiscourse~ Go to Original Article

UNESCO will award its Literacy Prizes on 7 September on the eve of International Literacy Day, celebrated every year on 8 September. The theme chosen for 2018 focuses on literacy and skills development.

UNESCO will award its Literacy Prizes on 7 September on the eve of International Literacy Day, celebrated every year on 8 September. The theme chosen for 2018 focuses on literacy and skills development.

The award ceremony of UNESCO’s International Literacy Prizes, at UNESCO Headquarters (5 to 6 pm, 7 September), will conclude the Organization’s global celebration of International Literacy Day.

Earlier in the day, an International Conference on Literacy and Skills Development will bring together stakeholders and decision-makers from all over the world to examine how integrated approaches to literacy and skills developmentcan help close the literacy gap and…


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