Linguapax International is a non-governmental organization dedicated to the appreciation and protection of linguistic diversity worldwide.
Fostering harmony between linguisic communities is a determining factor for peace within states and among the international community. Linguapax promotes multilingual education that includes local, national and international languages. We also take part in language revitalization programmes and offer assessment in language policy for local and national governments. Based in Barcelona, Linguapax has grown over the years with several delegations in all continents.
On November 24 and 25, Linguapax organised an international conference to open the debate on the contribution of the legal framework and resulting language policies to the protection of local languages, in the light of the analysis of plural yet comparable experiences: Finland, India, Malta, Paraguay, Slovenia, South Africa, Switzerland…
The International Linguapax Award is a yearly Prize rewarding work in the field of linguistic diversity and multilingual education. The winner of the 2017 award is Matthias Brenzinger
Linguapax is one of the promoters of the protocol including a series of measures to ensure the linguistic rights of every linguistic community in Europe.
Discover how to get involved with Linguapax to promote language diversity.
Multilingual news on linguistic diversity from all over the world
News from the Linguapax Network
Multilingual teaching units edited by Linguapax highlighting the richness of linguistic, religious and cultural diversity and allowing an interaction between intercultural education, respect for human rights and the values of peace.
Read the proceedings of Linguapax international congresses and symposiums.
Who is who in the Linguapax Executive Board, who belongs to the Advisory Board and where are the delegations of Linguapax around the world.
Linguapax delegations around the world
Linguapax Eurasia is based in the Republic of Kalmukia (Russia). The delegation activities have a regional scope and cover Russian minorities and New Independent State countries, as well as China, Mongolia and other Central Asian states.