There is an important international dimension to UKLA’s work to promote and develop literacy education. Through working with associations and schools in other countries – in Europe and other parts of the world – we can develop together wider views of what education in literacy should involve and how to go about making it most effective. So we are affiliated to the International Reading Association and have links with associations in Europe and have a successful project, UKLA’s Books for Africa project, which sees that culturally appropriate books for pleasurable reading get into the hands of children in selected parts of Africa.

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