Literacy as freedom, by Professor Amartya Sen. ©Simply television production 2002
Literacy as freedom, by Professor Amartya Sen

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Adress by Professor Amartya Sen, Master of Trinity College, on occasion of the International Literacy Day, September 8, 2002.

The International Literacy Day event focused on the critical need to ensure gains in literacy among people marginalized by ethnicity, language, gender, and/or religion. The theme for this year's International Literacy Day was Literacy for Diversity: Voices of Resilience.

on this subject: Literacy as Freedom: a UNESCO Round-table

Place/region United Kingdom, Europe
Type: Speech
Authors and personalities: Amartya Sen, speaker.
Production: Simply television production, producer ; UNESCO, producer. Action Aid, sponsor.
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Rights/Droits: UNESCO; Simply television production

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