28 March 2017

EU READ projects

15 Steps Towards Reading (Austria)

As part of its campaign for elementary and primary education and network projects, the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education and Women’s Affairs and the Buchklub have developed the programme “15 Steps …...more >

Reading Friends (Scotland)

Scottish Book Trust is working in partnership with the Reading Agency on the delivery of the Reading Friends in Scotland.  Reading Friends is a new UK-wide project which will use reading …...more >


Reading is Good for Health (Portugal)

Reading is Good for Health involves doctors and nurses working in health centres and paediatric hospitals in reading counselling of families with children from six months to six years. It has …...more >

National Reading Day 2013 (Germany)

Jubilee and record again: 80,000 readers at 10th National Reading Day More than 80,000 people celebrated the jubilee of the 10th National Reading Day and shared their pleasure in reading (and …...more >


Children’s Jury (Belgium)

The Children’s Jury is the biggest reading group in the country. Large numbers of children are actively involved. In order to vote, they have to read a list of ten books. …...more >

World Book Day (Germany)

Following the success of last year’s World Book Day novel (‘Ich schenke dir eine Geschichte’ -‘I Will Make You a Story Gift’), this year an exciting fantasy story has been published …...more >


De Nationale Voorleeswedstrijd (The National Reading Aloud Contest) (Netherlands)

De Nationale Voorleeswedstrijd, a reading promotion project for the two highest classes of primary school, takes place in schools from September to November. Students read aloud for four minutes from their …...more >

Lees mij! (Netherlands)

Lees mij! is designed to tempt young people to read using multimedia. The project consists of a number of short films about literary books, which are emailed as links to children’s …...more >


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