Literacy and life skills education for vulnerable youth: What policy makers can do

  title={Literacy and life skills education for vulnerable youth: What policy makers can do},
  author={Anna Bernhardt and Rika Yorozu and Carolyn Medel-A{\~n}onuevo},
  journal={International Review of Education},
In countries with a high concentration of youth with low literacy levels, the policy and programming task related to education and training is particularly daunting. This note briefly presents policies and practices which have been put in place to provide vulnerable youth with literacy and life skills education. It is based on a multi-country research study undertaken by the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) in cooperation with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development… 

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