Sydney Morning Herald covers world first campaign in Campbelltown

Yesterday classes kicked off in our first ever Aboriginal Adult Literacy Campaign being run in an Australian city. The Sydney Morning Herald visited and spoke to staff and students and have written it up in today’s paper. You can read the story, Adult Literacy Lessons Transforming Aboriginal Communities online and via the link below.

Thank you to Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation for signing on as partner in the work, and to Aboriginal Housing Office and NSW Department of Education for funding our first two intakes.

Literacy for Life Foundation is seeking funding to ensure work in Airds can continue beyond 2019.

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