Webinaari Reading is for everyone! Creating inclusive reading experiences in a diverse society

Links eine Illustration von einem POC-Vater, der seinen Kindern liest. Rechts eine illustration von POC-Kindern, einer sitzt im Rollstuhl. © Lukukeskus (vasen) ja Trilce García Cosavalente

PE, 25.11.2022

9:30 - 11:00 EET

Online

Morning coffee in Zoom

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We warmly invite you to join us for a morning coffee session on Zoom on Friday 25 November to discuss inclusive reading experiences.

In an increasingly multicultural and multilingual society, what type of actions are needed to maintain and strengthen one’s home language and literacy from the perspective of kindergartens, libraries, and multicultural families and communities?

We will share the results from the Finnish Reading Center’s Multilingual Literacy Project, followed by a presentation of Goethe-Institut Finnland’s DRIN project as one of the ways in which the need for diversity in children’s literature is being addressed.

The event is organised by the DRIN project at Goethe-Institut Finnland in cooperation with the Finnish Reading Center (Lukukeskus).


Programme

9:30-11:00  (EET)  I     Zoom

Welcoming words
Maiju Kinossalo, Finnish Reading Center: Story books for multilingual children in Finland - Accessibility, challenges, and possibilities in getting adults reading story books to and with children in their heritage languages
Q&A
Amiirah Salleh-Hoddin, Goethe-Institut Finnland: Diversity in Children’s Literature – introducing the project “DRIN – Visions for Children’s Books”
Q&A
Closure words

Since 2018, our project DRIN – Visions for Children’s Books has attempted to address questions on diversity, inclusion, representation and norm critique in children's literature. The project is supported by the Allianz Kulturstiftung.


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