Read more: #ReadHour 8th of September from 14–15.
The Read Hour campaign spreads from 31 August to 8 September. It will culminate on UN Literacy Day on 8 September at 14:00 for a reading hour throughout Finland. The aim of the Read Hour campaign is to instil a new festival dedicated to literacy in Finland and to raise the topic of declining reading, especially among young people.
Sauli Niinistö, President of the Republic of Finland and Patron of the Read Hour literacy campaign 2020, encourages everyone to take part in the Read Hour challenge.
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