Submit an application for the UNESCO International Literacy Prizes for a chance to be among the lucky winners to receive a medal, diploma and $30,000 amongst other prizes.
Application Deadline: June 27 2021
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Like every year, UNESCO rewards six individuals or organizations for their outstanding projects that promote literacy learning. This year the projects and programmes are requested to reflect the theme ‘Inclusive distance and digital literacy learning’.
Since 1967, UNESCO International Literacy Prizes have rewarded excellence and innovation in the field of literacy. Over 500 projects and programmes undertaken by governments, non-governmental organizations and individuals around the world have been recognized. Through these prestigious Prizes, UNESCO seeks to support effective literacy practices and encourages the promotion of dynamic literate societies.
Currently there are two UNESCO International Literacy Prizes:
Established in 1989, with the support of the Government of the Republic of Korea. It gives special consideration to mother language-based literacy development.
Each of the three UNESCO King Sejong prizewinners receives a medal, a diploma and US$20.000.
The UNESCO Confucius Prize for Literacy, established in 2005, with the support of the Government of the People’s Republic of China. It gives special consideration to functional literacy, leveraging technological environments, in support of adults in rural areas and out-of-school Youth.
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