Organisé par We Love Reading

Children and families reflection on the impact of Reading for fun (We Love Reading)


Brief: We Love Reading is a research-based program and was founded by Dr. Rana Dajani in 2006 to foster the love of reading for pleasure among children and creating changemakers around the world, The We Love Reading (WLR) program constitutes training local volunteers to hold read aloud sessions in public spaces in their neighborhoods in the native language of the child.
At We Love Reading we conducted several scientific research in cooperation with top international universities on the impact of reading for fun on children's literacy, emotional intelligence, mental health, etc.
During this panel we will host group of children with family member to discuss how did the reading for fun affected their lives.
Our first group of guest will be Amal Rahman (aged 7) has written, illustrated and published her first book and has been now commissioned by a major company to write her second book.
And her aunt Dr. Yasmin Kader who has been supporting her throughout

Mardi 24 Janvier 2023

18:00 CET, UTC+1h

  • Social Innovation
  • Engagement de la jeunesse

publics cibles
  • Événement en ligne
  • Anglais

Objectifs de développement durable

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