Digital Inclusion for Low-skilled and Low-literate People: A Landscape Review

May 18, 2021

Digital technologies are fundamentally changing the way people live and work, learn and socialise today. However, still 750 million adults in the world, including 102 million youth, lack the basic literacy skills needed to fully participate in increasingly digitized societies and economies.

As part of the UNESCO-Pearson Initiative for Literacy: Improved Livelihoods in a Digital World, the landscape review draws on 32 projects to examine and highlight how inclusive digital solutions can help people with low skills and low literacy levels use technology in a way that supports skills development and, ultimately, improves livelihoods.

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