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Drawing on data gathered from 141 countries, the second Global Report on Adult
Learning and Education reviews progress in implementing the Belém Framework for Action, the set of recommendations made by governments at the Sixth
International Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA VI) in Belém in December
2009. The report adopts a global perspective, describing the commonalities and differences of Member States as they work to improve their adult education
This second Global Report has as its special theme ‘Rethinking Literacy’. UNESCO
hopes that this will help to position literacy as the foundation for lifelong learning. The report shows that, despite progress in increasing the global numbers of literate people, many millions are still excluded from learning opportunities.
English, Leona Mary, "2nd Global Report on Adult Learning and Education:Rethinking Literacy" (2013). IACE Hall of Fame Repository.
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