From Havana to Ltyentye Apurte, NT

The Literacy for Life Foundation held an official launch in Ltyentye Apurte today, kicking off a campaign called Yes, I Can! to help locals improve their English language reading and writing. The innovative approach has helped over ten million people learn to read and write around the world, including near neighbour, Timor-Leste, where over 200,000

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Minister Mitchell launches South West Sydney Aboriginal Literacy Campaign

Minister Mitchell attended the community launch of Literacy for Life Foundation’s Aboriginal Adult Literacy Campaign in Airds on Friday. The launch was held at Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation, Literacy for Life Foundation’s community partner for the South West Sydney Campaign. Aboriginal Housing Office and NSW Department of Education have provided funding for the initiative, which will

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Graduation gets a write up in the Argus

The achievements of students from Boggabilla and Toomelah have made headlines, featuring in the Goondiwindi Argus. The newspaper has published a great write up about the graduation ceremony that was held in Toomelah in December last year, sharing the inspirational stories of the students and some great photos. Read the full story on the Goondiwindi

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Students celebrated at Toomelah Graduation

Students from Toomelah, Boggabilla and Goondiwindi were honoured at a Literacy for Life Foundation graduation ceremony today. The celebration took place in Toomelah, with 17 students graduating the Aboriginal Adult Literacy Campaign. Executive Director of Literacy for Life Foundation, Professor Jack Beetson, delivered a speech that outlined the remarkable achievements of the students and their

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Walgett Celebrates Literacy Graduates

Fifteen graduating students were honoured at a ceremony in Walgett last night, with friends, family and the community coming together to mark their achievement. Student Roland Bush delivered a moving speech, sharing his experience of learning to read and write as part of Literacy for Life Foundation’s “Yes, I Can!” adult literacy campaign. “Before the

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