Identified by the Member States, key partners and literacy experts through consultations, the new literacy strategy has four strategic priority areas:. The Strategy also focuses on gender equality and addresses the learning needs of marginalized peoples, including out-of-school youth, refugees, migrants and indigenous peoples who are part of the million adults around the world who lack basic literacy skills. The Strategy will also aim to strengthen and encourage cooperation among these countries to share best practices of promoting literacy in a lifelong learning perspective. The new Strategy is aligned with the Sustainable Goal on Education 4 SDG4 and Education Agenda to mobilize stronger political and financial commitment to equal and equitable access to quality education to leave no one behind. Skip to main content.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Although research on improving child literacy is converging, no such body of research exists for adult literacy. Yet the need is no less significant.