World Network for Linguistic Diversity (Maaya)
Réseau mondial pour la diversité linguistique
within the context of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), Nov 2005, Tunis (Tunisia). Initiated by D-XM2921 - African Academy of Languages (ACALAN), under the auspices of D-XD8572 - African Union (AU).
Encourage governments and institutions to adopt and implement measures enhancing equitable multilingualism; promote mother tongue based bilingual and/or multilingual education at all levels of education everywhere as a means of promoting both social and gender equality; promote software localization and equal access of all languages to cyberspace; facilitate the empowerment of language communities worldwide in developing and using their own languages; contribute to the creation and sharing of language resources; observe the implementation of language policies and serve as a focal point for linguistic research projects.
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General Assembly. Executive Committee, comprising President, Executive Secretary, Deputy Executive Secretary, Secretariat, Treasurer and other members. Scientific Committee; Consultative Committee. Working Groups.
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