Today, Sunday, September 11, 2022, the Libya Academy for Advanced Studies organized a dialogue session on the occasion of International Literacy Day.
The meeting was organized and supervised by Mr. Hanan Al-Falah
The meeting was moderated by Mr. Muhammad Abu Bakr Al-Zaidani, hosting with him the honorable guests, who were Mr. Saeed Abdul Salam Abu Hajar, Educational Inspector, and Mr. Abdullah Muhammad Al-Fakhri, General Coordinator of Literacy Eradication and Adult Education, Al-Baraka Office.
Mr. Mohammed Al-Zaydani welcomed the guests and attendees and introduced the International Literacy Day. The conversation moved to Mr. Abdullah Al-Fakhri, speaking about the importance of establishing literacy centers and curricula for literacy. He also spoke about increasing the capabilities for age groups and increasing the number of headquarters for literacy centers.
After that, the conversation moved to Mr. Saeed Abu Hajar, speaking about the concept of illiteracy and the reasons for the spread of illiteracy in the Arab world, the most important of which is the “economic situation.” He also touched on the current curricula that are suitable for eradicating illiteracy and how illiteracy can be combated in all international societies.
At the conclusion of the session, the attendees discussed eradicating illiteracy and how the Ministry of Education can provide support and care for this segment, which includes groups of different ages of society, and provide them with the best services. Contemporary educational problems and the effects they may have that contribute to spreading illiteracy were also pointed out.