jueves, diciembre 15, 2005

UNESCO organiza nuevo portal dedicado a la Alfabetizacion

Rosa María Torres informa desde el Instituto Fronesis que la Unesco
presenta su nuevo portal destinado a la alfabetización.
Coincidimos con ella en que, lastimosamente sólo en inglés y en francés, no hay versión en español como sucede con gran parte del portal de Unesco.
Para enviar sugerencias o materiales, la casilla de contacto es: literacy.portal@unesco.org
Rosa María Torres
Dice el portal:
Literacy today is a world preoccupationLiteracy empowers and nurtures inclusive societies and contributes to the fair implementation of human rights. In the case of mothers, literacy leads to an enhanced quality of life for their families and improved education outcomes for their children. Nevertheless literacy remains a low priority for national governments and the donor community. Worldwide, 771 million adults are illiterate and about 100 million children are out of school.
A large number of those who enrol drop out before attaining literacy skills and some of those who complete primary education remain illiterate.Literacy is an indispensable means for effective social and economic participation, contributing to human development and poverty reduction.The Literacy Portal aims to provide a platform for information-sharing on literacy projects and activities undertaken around the world and enhance UNESCO’s capacity in coordinating the United Nation Literacy Decade (UNLD) in building partnership at all level.This portal will be developed progressively through the contribution of all literacy actors; including UNESCO Field Offices, UN Agencies, bilateral and multilateral Organizations, Member States, Institutions, Non-governmental Organizations and Literacy workers. It will be a working tool to provide them more visibility and networking possibilities.
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United Nations Literacy Decade (2003-2012 ) was launched in New YorkFebruary 13, 2005 - Let “literacy for all” be the battle cry for the next decade, said Deputy Secretary-General Louise Fréchette at this morning’s launch at Headquarters of the United Nations Literacy Decade: Education for All. More
UN launched the Literacy Decade by stressing the importance to link with global developmentFebruary 13, 2005 - In a bid to extend literacy to the 861 million adults worldwide who cannot read or write and the 113 million children out of school, the United Nations launched the Literacy Decade. More

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