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Adult Literacy in Canada 2017

In 2017, CUPE conducted a study of the literacy landscape in Canada. They were interested in determining if and how adult literacy practitioners and leaders were able to sustain their work, after major federal funding cuts to literacy. The study also identified shared needs across the country. Based on interviews with almost 40 organizations and… Read more

Literacy and the Labour Movement

Learning in Solidarity is a new website by CUPE about the history of literacy within the labour movement in dates, spoken and written words. A historical timeline, testimonies from some key figures of the movement and resources produced by unions and central labour bodies tell the story of labour’s long-time advocacy efforts to meet workers’… Read more