LitCam is part of EU network on literacy policy-making and reading promotion
Starting with an opening conference in Vienna in February 2014 ELINET (European Literacy Policy Network) has taken up its work - with 78 member organisations from 28 countries.
ELINET will develop an action programme including standard quality guidelines in order to demonstrate how to implement good promotion approaches for different age groups (childrend, youth, adults). The pan-European cooperation between ministeries, foundations, nonprofits and other organisations from the area reading and writing promotion is as central for the network's task as the information platform which will be established soon.
LitCam feels honored to be part of this important network. Karin Plötz, director LitCam, will be involved in different activities in this project installed initially for two years. Together with the other member organisations she will cooperate to realise the action programme.