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Smartphones Will Read and Write Better Than
1.7 Million British Adults in the Next Decade
‘Machine literacy’ for Siri, Alexa and Cortana imminent – while human literacy rates remain stagnant, says forecast by University of Massachusetts Amherst...
On Tuesday 14 March at London Book Fair, Project Literacy, it's partner, leading international book provision charity Book Aid International and the Global Book Alliance, will come together in a seminar to consider the role that books have to play ...
NEW YORK, September 8, 2016 - To celebrate the 50th anniversary of International Literacy Day, 26 of the world’s most high profile personalities from film, music, politics and the arts, have joined forces to raise awareness for literacy with one co...
Alphabet of Illiteracy Campaign Wins Grand Prix Prize at Cannes Lions Health 2016
FCB Inferno, on behalf of Project Literacy, has been awarded the Lions Health and Wellness Grand Prix for its integrated campaign, ‘Alphabet of...
Tackling illiteracy should be made global economic priority
New analysis suggests global economic cost of illiteracy has been hugely underestimated
Existing estimate of $1.19tn may only be “the tip of the iceberg”
On the eve of...
Actress, model, activist and new mother Cole condemns fact that one in five British children leave primary school unable to read or write
World’s largest ever petition is delivered to world leaders at United Nations General Assembly
Project Literacy launches campaign on behalf of 750m people who can’t read or sign their name
00:00 SEPTEMBER 29, NEW YORK – Toda...