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International Seminar on Literacy of Indigenous Youth and Adults

11-02-2008 - 13-02-2008 (Guatemala) 

International Seminar on Literacy of Indigenous Youth and Adults

In the framework of International Mother Language Day and the International Year of Languages, the UIL was one of four UNESCO partners – in cooperation with the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) – behind the organization of an International Seminar on Literacy of Indigenous Youth and Adults held in Guatemala from 11 to 13 February 2008.

Drawing on studies carried out in their respective countries, researchers from seven Latin American countries – Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru – met to discuss both the current literacy situation of indigenous populations and effective literacy practices in multicultural and multilingual contexts. The event’s participants included the Minister of Education from Guatemala, Ms Ana Ordóńez de Molina, and several NGOs, universities and other stakeholders.

  • Start date - Local time: 2008-02-11 11:30 am
  • End date - Local time: 2008-02-13 11:30 am
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    Ciudad-Guatemala
    Guatemala