UNESCO is launching a new publication on the “State of the Art of Indigenous Languages in Research” in a webinar that will be streamed via zoom on 20 May 2022.
The book contains 39 research papers that demonstrate a diversity of scholarship around the world in the many different settings of Indigenous languages in multilingual and linguistically diverse societies, with an emphasis on disadvantaged language communities. In also includes articles by peer-reviewers presenting key research outcomes, their observations, and recommendations for the future research.
Some expert members of the International Linguapax Network have participated in this work, including the winner of the 2019 Linguapax International Award and member of our Advisory Board, Larry Kimura.
More information and registration here.