Arabization Coordination Bureau
Bureau de coordination de l'arabisation (BCA)
Established 1961, on the initiative of Morocco; subsequently sponsored by D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS) and a subsidiary agency of D-XD4163 - Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO) since 1970. Also referred to as: Bureau of Coordination of Arabization; Permanent Bureau for Arabization -- Bureau permanent pour l'arabisation; Bureau permanent de coordination de l'arabisation dans le monde arabe.
Coordinate efforts on Arabic teaching and encourage its use as a language of instruction at all levels of education and in all disciplines; harmonize efforts to enrich the Arabic language with new terminology in all areas of knowledge; follow up the above in scientific and cultural contexts at national and international levels; coordinate efforts with language academies, specialized scientific bodies and other language institutions.
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