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In understanding the importance of reading and writing skills, the cities of Bogota and Tartu have introduced initiatives that promote and support literacy development. As a UNESCO city of Literature since 2015, the Tartu in Fiction project supports the city’s passion for reading and learning, and encourages its citizens to actively search for new and stimulating material.
In understanding the importance of reading and writing skills, the cities of Bogota and Tartu have introduced initiatives that promote and support literacy development. As a UNESCO city of Literature since 2015, the Tartu in Fiction project supports the city’s passion for reading and learning, and encourages its citizens to actively search for new and stimulating material.
Encouraging development and progress is the empowering theme behind the ‘Downtown Cairo’ project. Although once a vibrant and affluent area, Cairo in recent years has fallen into a state of deterioration. In a united effort, the government, local business, the Ministry of Tourism and local residents have joined forces to implement a variety of changes aimed at rejuvenating and stabilising the area.
Supporting literacy for vulnerable communities in Durban, South Africa, the Global Forum 4Literacy and The Traveling Books Project promotes reading and fun learning. Working predominantly with children, this initiative aims to ensure that all children have a chance at being literate and are exposed to different cultures through the window of world-literature.
The imagination of children sometimes goes beyond the realms of reality and challenges conventional thinking. In order to foster such creativity, Chibikkobe was created. Chibikkobe is every child’s dream-come-true; it is a city exclusively for children, designed by children. A place dedicated to creative activities where children develop and learn new skills alongside professionals of several areas.
Santos’s Creative EcoFactory addresses issues of social development and inclusion in a city recovering from a history of financial crises and high unemployment. This initiative supports vulnerable people within the community by helping them develop a skillset in woodwork and offering potential career paths within the Old Market District.
Throughout the world, the food industry is a dynamic sector, providing social and economic benefits. However, despite its importance, many countries are facing culinary skills shortage. Youth4Food is the abbreviation for the ‘Youth in action for a creative and sustainable gastronomy’ initiative.
Throughout the world, the food industry is a dynamic sector, providing social and economic benefits. However, despite its importance, many countries are facing culinary skills shortage. Youth4Food is the abbreviation for the ‘Youth in action for a creative and sustainable gastronomy’ initiative.
Throughout the world, the food industry is a dynamic sector, providing social and economic benefits. However, despite its importance, many countries are facing culinary skills shortage. Youth4Food is the abbreviation for the ‘Youth in action for a creative and sustainable gastronomy’ initiative.
Throughout the world, the food industry is a dynamic sector, providing social and economic benefits. However, despite its importance, many countries are facing culinary skills shortage. Youth4Food is the abbreviation for the ‘Youth in action for a creative and sustainable gastronomy’ initiative.