Marta Estella

juny 27 2011

Pla per les llengües minoritàries al Regne Unit

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Llegeixo a l’Ara que “Londres posa en marxa un pla per salvar les llengües minoritàries”. És un dels acords de la Cimera del British-Irish Council que va tenir lloc el proppassat 20 de juny.

Les notícies sobre política lingüística i promoció de les llengües al Regne Unit sovint passen desapercebudes, i per això ens hem volgut ressò d’aquest acord. Val la pena destacar que la reunió va ser presidida pel viceprimer ministre del Regne Unit, Nick Clegg, que es declara parlant de neerlandès, francès, alemany i espanyol, en aquest ordre; un bon model per a la promoció de l’aprenentatge de llengües.

Transcric a sota el punt sobre les llengües del comunicat de la Cimera:

Indigenous, Minority and Lesser Used Languages

The workstream has agreed a detailed forward work programme for 2011. This will include a seminar for practitioners and policy makers to discuss how to increase the use of indigenous, minority and lesser used languages by young people within the Member Administrations. A Ministerial Meeting will also be held during the Seminar which will discuss the policy recommendations resulting from the 2010 Community Development Seminar, organised by the workstream in Belfast in October 2010. The seminar and Ministerial meeting will both take place in Ireland during November 2011.

During 2011, the workstream will also discuss lessons that can be learnt from each other in the Education field, specifically in terms of immersion and second language education; and arrangements for broadcasting in the minority language across the Administrations.

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