Sep 07, 2017

UNESCO-Pearson partnership launches case studies of inclusive digital solutions for low-skilled and low-literate people

On International Literacy Day 2017, the first five case studies – in a series of 14 – of the UNESCO-Pearson Initiative for Literacy: Improved Livelihoods in a Digital World will be released by UNESCO’s Section for Youth, Literacy and Skills Development.

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