Based on a thorough needs analysis, our family literacy program will be tested to ensure the evidence base that will inform the family literacy policy we will promote, and which will be the foundation of the local strategies for family literacy.
LIT3 implementation plan focuses on:
- research-based policy recommendations for European and local decision-makers;
- stakeholder engagement;
- family literacy programme development,
- family literacy programme testing.
In the project, 48 Roma primary schoolchildren from 4 schools (2 in RO, 1 in MN and 1 in SK), and 72 adults (the children’s parents and grandparents) will develop their literacy skills by attending 48 hours of literacy workshop activities. 48 secondary school students will act as reading buddies for the Roma children. Three local working groups of stakeholders will develop local strategies under the guidance of the project team. 170 doctor’s surgeries will receive flyers to promote health literacy in Roma communities.