Kathryn Woolard joins the Linguapax Advisory Board

Kit Woolard, Professor Emerita at the University of California, San Diego, has agreed to join the Linguapax Advisory Board, made up of more than twenty international experts on matters relating to linguistic diversity. Professor Woolard, who specializes in linguistic anthropology, is a worldwide known researcher, mostly because of her contributions to the field of linguistic ideologies, and has published extensively on topics related to bilingualism, the link between language and…

Language Technologies and Language Diversity
Language Technologies and Language Diversity
We are in the midst of a digital revolution that will change the way we live, work, interact and speak. While technology is advancing for just a handful of languages, most others are in...
Screening of the documentary YONAGUNI in Tokyo
Screening of the documentary YONAGUNI in Tokyo
Linguapax Asia members participated at the screening of the documentary YONAGUNI at the Italian Institute of Culture in Tokyo on 21 April 2022. The film by Italian artists Anush Hamzehian and Vittorio Mortarotti depicts...
Publication of the book “Language Communities in Japan”
Publication of the book “Language Communities in Japan”
Several members of Linguapax Asia have contributed articles to the recent publication “Language Communities in Japan”, by Oxford University Press. The book offers a comprehensive sociolinguistic overview of the linguistic situation in Japan, including...
Facing Linguistic Hegemony
Facing Linguistic Hegemony
Robert Phillipson, Professor Emeritus at the Copenhagen Business School and member of the Linguapax Advisory Board, dealt with the issue of Linguistic Hegemony on two occasions. The first was the Forum Vives “Objective 2025...
Languages do not die, they are killed!
Languages do not die, they are killed!
On 28 March, the president of Linguapax, Monica Pereña, and the Outreach Director-General of the Generalitat de Catalunya, Ignasi Genovès, inaugurated the exhibition “Languages do not die, they are killed”, which can be seen...

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The International Linguapax Award is a yearly Prize rewarding work in the field of linguistic diversity and multilingual education. The 2018 winner is BASAbali, a collaboration of…

In this section you will find a selection of documents and materials published by Linguapax since its creation in different languages, including Linguapax Review, Teaching Units, conference proceedings and a selection of normative text regarding linguistic diversity.

Since the constitution of Linguapax as an association (2001), regular cooperation lines existed with activists and organisations from different regions of the world some embodied in bilateral cooperation agreements. These regular…

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