Learning for Life in a Changing World
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My task, in these opening remarks, is to do four things. First, I shall situate COL and explain what it is and what it is not. Second, I shall explain how this new work on literacy and livelihoods fits into our wider programme. Third, simply to provide a starting point for the discussions, I shall risk some general comments on literacy, on livelihoods and on the relationship between them. Finally I shall re-emphasise the mission of COL.
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