International Literacy Day

International Literacy Day

UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, proclaimed International Literacy Day in 1967. It aims to highlight the significance of literacy and raise awareness and concern for literacy problems in our communities. According to UNESCO, there are more than 700 million adults and 600 million children and adolescents lacking basic literacy skills or not achieving minimum proficiency levels in reading and mathematics.

Cultural Infusion works with a range of talented and educational multicultural presenters to create an array of storytelling programs for students.

South Australian students can learn Roma culture through musical and theatrical performance in A Nomadic Journey.

Victorian children can discover historical and cultural insights to Australian migrant communities through dance and theatre in Ciao Migrating to Australia.

Story of the Silk Road presents the historical Silk Road trading route in China for Victorian students through immersive storytelling, Kung Fu movements, and classic Chinese dancing.

Also available in Victoria, Spirit of Italia shares a story of challenges faced by Italian immigrants in Australia while Vive La France is a theatre performance of France culture featuring music, dance, and comedy.

Contact us to make a booking today! (link the “contact us” bit)

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