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Today is International Literacy Day! 
Literacy and education are fundamental rights, and are essential for sustainable development. This is crucial if we want to reduce poverty, improve maternal and child health, and achieve gender equality. UNESCO has been working to improve global literacy since 1946. Learn more about Literacy Day and their efforts here.

Today is International Literacy Day! 


Literacy and education are fundamental rights, and are essential for sustainable development. This is crucial if we want to reduce poverty, improve maternal and child health, and achieve gender equality. 

UNESCO has been working to improve global literacy since 1946. Learn more about Literacy Day and their efforts here.

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Today is International Literacy Day.
16% of the world population is illiterate and 2/3 of the world’s illiterate adults are women. Source: UNESCO 

Today is International Literacy Day.

16% of the world population is illiterate and 2/3 of the world’s illiterate adults are women. Source: UNESCO 

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Literacy is the road to human progress and the means through which every man, woman and child can realize his or her full potential.

Happy World Literacy Day!

Happy World Literacy Day!

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Big power out, solar in: UBS urges investors to join renewables revolution World’s largest private bank predicts large-scale power stations will soon make way for electric cars and new solar technologies ~ John Vidal @ Guardian

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