The World Literacy Summit (WLS) brings together leaders from 85 countries representing over two-thirds of
the world’s population, and all with a single focus – advocating, championing and educating on the vital
importance of improving literacy levels across the globe.

KEY INFORMATION

Venues & Location: The University of Oxford

Dates: April 5-8, 2020
Conference Theme: ‘Reading Changes Lives!’
Early Bird Registration Deadline: Jan 31, 2020
Call for Papers Time Frame: Sep 30 to Dec 13, 2019 


WHO CAN ATTEND ?

The World Literacy Summit welcomes people from every part of the world who are passionate about global literacy, including NGO leaders, government representatives, researchers, academics and teachers, literacy entrepreneurs, education companies, reading specialists, literacy coaches, college/university faculty, school administrators, librarians, and most important the learners themselves.

116Days
6Hours
14Mins
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EARLY BIRD
£ 345.00 + VAT

Until 31 Jan 2020

Summit four-day access

AM and PM breaks

Lunch

Welcome receptions

Walking tours

Delegate satchel

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REGULAR
£ 430.00 + VAT

01 Feb 2020 – 03 Apr 2020

Summit four-day access

AM and PM breaks

Lunch

Welcome receptions

Walking tours

Delegate satchel

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ADD-ONS
£ 70.00 + VAT

Until 03 Apr 2020

Pre- Conference Workshop
one-day access
AM and PM breaks
Lunch

World Literacy Summit Awards Dinner
3 course seated dinner
inclusive of food and beverage
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PROGRAMME

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This summit is held for 4 days from April 5-8, 2020.

PAST SPEAKERS

Princess Laurentien
Of the Netherlands
Salvador Sanchez
Minister for Education El Salvador
Androulla Vassiliou
EU Commissioner for Education
Luis Crouch
Global Partnership for Education
Kevin Morgan
ProLiteracy
Venkata Subbarao
UNESCO
Rana Dajani
We Love Reading
Clive Lee
CEO of Yidan Prize Foundation
Andrew Kay
World Literacy Foundation
Noella Coursaris
Founder of Malaika
John Fallon
CEO Pearson
Jonathan Douglas
National Literacy Trust

Message of Support

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend one of the world’s largest gatherings of international literacy and education specialists, including NGO leaders, researchers, academics, literacy entrepreneurs, education companies, publishers, practitioners, government representatives and most importantly the learners themselves.