Women's issues in literacy

Statement of Responsibility:
Franz, Sharon
Authors:
Series Issue:
2005-006
Date:
2005
Publisher:
SIL International
Part Of Series:
SIL Electronic Working Papers 2005-006
Extent:
7 pages
Abstract:

This paper was part of a panel presentation at the International Literacy Year Colloquium in October 1990, in Washington, D.C. Addressing the obstacles to education faced by women in many parts of the world is a primary thrust of the paper. It goes on to point out that there are many definitions of literacy, depending on the context. Several examples of programs in which the academy is involved in different areas of the world are presented. The paper concludes by stating that increasing the level of education for women will not happen by chance; it must be mandated.

Publication Status:
Published
Country:
Guatemala
Malawi
Pakistan
Content Language:
Work Type:
Subject:
AID (Agency for International Development)
development
educating women
Guatemala
Literacy
Literacy Colloquium
Literacy programs
Malawi
Pakistan
radio learning
women
Women's Issues
Nature of Work:
Entry Number:
7803