Language, Culture and Education

Oct 09, 2018

Beyond Geopolitics: Why Does the Crimean Tatars Case Matter?

Beyond Geopolitics: Why Does the Crimean Tatars Case Matter? 9 October 2018 09:30 -12:30 European Parliament, Brussels Room ASP 6D 128, Library Section   Click here to register for both events

Oct 09, 2018

Beyond Geopolitics: Why Does the Crimean Tatars...

Beyond Geopolitics: Why Does the Crimean Tatars Case Matter? 9 October 2018 09:30 -12:30 European Parliament, Brussels Room ASP 6D 128, Library Section   Click here to register for both eve...

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Sep 25, 2018

Sindh: National Language Declared as a Compulsory...

Sindhi was declared as a compulsory subject in all private schools of the province by its Education Minister. The compliance of the schools with the measure will be observed by a team of Directorate Sindh....

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Sep 10, 2018

Timeline: Unfolding of the Independence Movement...

The crisis brewing in South Cameroon/Ambazonia may be presented by some international sources as a surprise, but the reality is that the conflict in which the West African country is currently engulfed...

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Aug 31, 2018

EU Puts Pressure on China Following Imprisonment...

Both bilaterally and multilaterally, the EU has made various public declarations denouncing China’s violation of freedom of expression, freedom of religion, and linguistic rights, after the detention...

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Aug 24, 2018

Tibet: No Appeal for Language Rights Activist’s...

Tashi Wangchuck, a Tibetan language rights activist, saw his appeal of release rejected by the Chinese government on 13 August 2018. Arrested in 2016 for discussing the erosion of Tibet’s culture...

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Aug 24, 2018

Hmong: Catholic Faith Continues to be Passed On...

After having endured decades of repression of their religion, Hmong Catholics continue their efforts to pass on their religious beliefs to younger generations. In spite of receiving little support from...

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Aug 09, 2018

Talysh: Community Strives to Preserve Language...

Febriye Sabaonva, a Talysh resident of Kakalos in Southern Azerbaijan, has been running a Talysh cultural museum for two decades. Her project is a response to her people’s struggle to preserve a...

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Aug 09, 2018

UNPO Observes International Day of the World’s...

Today, Thursday 9 August 2018, is the 24th International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples since its creation by the United Nations in December 1994. The date was chosen because it marks the...

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