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Literacies in Professional Services: Implications for Self-Advocacy, Society and Community Development

Literacies in Professional Services: 24th BALID Informal Literacy Discussion 5pm on 30th November, London, UK On Wednesday 30th November, we are holding our BALID AGM at 4pm, which will be followed at 5pm by a presentation and discussion on the above topic, led by Tara Furlong of RaPAL. This promises to be a significant discussion, …

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Weaving Literacy Through Lifelong Learning

The British Association for Literacy in Development (BALID) will be hosting a seminar on Friday 18th November 2016 (10.30-16.15) in central London entitled Weaving literacy through lifelong learning The keynote speaker is Dr Ulrike Hanemann, UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) on ‘Promoting lifelong learning: incorporating multi-sector approaches to literacy’. The seminar will be chaired …

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BALID’s International Advocacy on Literacy in Development: Challenges and Opportunities

ILD 14 Was lucky to get to BALID (British Association for Literacy in Development)‘s talk on International Advocacy on Literacy in Development: Challenges and Opportunities last Monday evening. David Archer, Head of Programme Development at ActionAid is a key advocate for literacy in development. He noted that adult literacy, and women’s in particular, is the …

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