As you read this, you’re exercising a human right just by looking at these letters, stringing them into words and understanding their meaning.
It’s literacy in action — and it’s a fundamental right that isn’t always included in conversations about global inequality.
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Written language is one of the primary ways we communicate and relay information as a global society. But for about 781 million people around the world, access to that information is blocked — simply because they’re denied the opportunity to learn how to read and write. Read more…More about International Literacy Day, Education, How To Help, Literacy, and Social Good
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