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READ: A journey to social inclusion through books and art

I love reading, I think it’s an important activity that less and less people do. People just “screen” texts or think that reading is boring. But it can be fun, open your mind, and inspire your imagination – Vania, Austria   This is what READ is about: promoting...

Connecting youngsters and books: READ first steps!

Youth illiteracy is still rife in many countries, including the developed ones (e.g., functional illiteracy). It is crucial to keep in mind that literacy is not just the ability to read and write, but it also refers to the skills needed to fully participate in...

READ PARTICIPATES TO ARTE MIGRANTE

From the 18th to the 25th of March 2017 youth workers and young people coming from 5 countries from 3 different countries (Austria, Italy, Slovenia, India, Kenya) are in Palermo for a training course on non-formal approaches and creative activities to promote reading...

READ: MOTIVATING YOUNGSTERS IN READING

Is reading your passion? Are you curious to know how diffused reading is among youngsters in your and other countries? Would you like to have more information on non-formal activities to promote reading among young people? Within the project READ – Reducing social...