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UNESCO, with the support of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), is conducting a global landscape study entitled ‘From Radio to Artificial Intelligence: Innovative Literacy Learning and Education for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons’. In preparation for the study, UNESCO invites stakeholders to submit promising case studies from around the world in which technology, ranging from low-tech to cutting-edge solutions, is effectively used to support these groups’ literacy learning and education and contributes to their well-being and social integration.
The call is addressed to:
- individuals or organizations involved in the planning, delivery or evaluation of literacy learning and educational opportunities for refugees, migrants and internally displaced persons (IDPs);
- individuals or organizations using innovative tech solutions to address the unique learning challenges that refugees, migrants and IDPs are facing;
- individuals or organizations conducting academic research on the innovative use of technologies for literacy and language learning of these specific populations.
Deadline: 19 June 2020, 12midnight (CEST)
Should you have questions regarding the project, please contact the UNESCO project team: email@example.com