Mercator European Network for Documentation and Information on Lesser-Used Languages (Mercator Media)
as part of the Mercator Network, set up 1987, and consisting of 3 research and documentation centres specializing in regional and minority languages within the European Union, in response to the Kuijpers Resolution, passed 30 Oct 1987 by F-XF0667 - European Parliament (EP). Part of an activity in the World Decade for Cultural Development (1988-1997).
Act as a documentation, information and research centre on minority languages in countries of the European Union.
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One of 3 core centres in a network coordinated by the European Commission.
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