Bangladesh to Shine at UN-ILD 2014 by
Colossally Impacting The MDGs & Post2015 Archives.
An in-depth thorough ?analytical review? encompassing report, titled ?Stigmatized Illiteracy & The Socio-moral Setback? has been presented on ILD-2014 observance by SAIRI Initiative, along with a Composite Model of ?Ethico-Moral Normative Literacy, in an aptly prompt extemporaneous response to the UNESCO?s ?Dhaka Call for Action?, adopted by ILD Conference, Bangladesh. The multi-facades? porticoes outlined by SAIRI can far-impact the MDGs and post-2015 agendum?s literacy objectives.
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Literacy is one of the key elements needed to promote sustainable development, as it empowers people so that they can make the right decisions in the areas of economic growth, social development and environmental integration. Literacy is a basis for lifelong learning and plays a crucial foundational role in the creation of sustainable, prosperous and peaceful societies, establishes UNESCO proclamation for ILD-2014.
Statistics of global monitoring reports show that, nearly two third of the world population stays well below the minimum literacy parameters drawn by UN. South Asian, West Asian and African populations are noted for remaining at the lowest graphs of literacy. Mali, Niger and Barkina Faso are reported for their literacy rate being the lowest in the world.
In order to determine and gauge the growing needs of literacy, the UNESCO proclaimed an ‘Observance Day for Literacy’ in 1965, which is being observed under a specific theme every year worldwide.
This year, the theme of ‘International Literacy Day’(ILD-2014) was “Literacy and Sustainable Development”.
Every year UNESCO’s jury nominates certain organizations and individuals to award ‘Literacy Prizes’. The award-giving ceremony usually takes place in Paris. This year’s prizes , given for the first time in...
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