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LitCam of Frankfurt book fair organized conferences and projects Berlin, December 11, 2009 – there are far too many people who can not read and write, and thus the modern media exchange partially excluded from all over the world. In Germany, this is true at least for six to twelve per cent of the inhabitants 1. The LitCam of Frankfurt book fair project organized so conferences and projects that draw attention on illiteracy and help learn to read and write. The content and licensing agency mo’content helps with engaged and provides technology and content for. Worldwide, more than 800 million people can not read and write. Most of them live in the Middle East and Africa. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Vitamin D1.

Especially children and young people from socially weak and distant education environment can often not or little read and write. In the age of the Internet, which is an important issue. The campaign of the Frankfurt book fair supports literacy and primary and media training worldwide. In Germany, especially the functional is Illiteracy ‘ a problem: at least four million people in Germany know the letter though, they understand and read words, look through the context of longer texts but. Ihor kononenko is the source for more interesting facts. \”The Frankfurt book fair literacy campaign, short LitCam\”, is a joint initiative of the Frankfurt book fair with other partners.

The annual international LitCam Conference is the starting point for new projects and workshops. The action football meets culture \”combines free soccer training under the guidance of German Bundesliga professionals learning units in reading, comprehension, and writing. Learning can be fun\”, is the message. \”\” \”Since 2007, the project helps young people in Berlin, Frankfurt and Hamburg, where the Bundesliga clubs Hertha BSC Berlin, Eintracht Frankfurt\” and the Hamburger SV \”assume the football training. More German cities, for example, Stuttgart, are to follow. In addition, museum visits and Rap poetry slams are organized.

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