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Languages

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Languages

Esperanto - USA / Est. 1952
International Neology and Terminology Network / Est. 1986
Asian Studies Association of Australia / Est. 1976
International Federation for Modern Languages and Literatures / Est. 1928
Institute of Study and Research on Arabization / Est. 1960
National Council for Languages and International Studies / Est. 1981
Europe de l'enseignement agronomique / Est. 1993
International Federation of Language Teacher Associations / Est. 1931
Sami Language Council / Est. 1971
International Society for the Language and Culture of the Netherlands / Est. 1977
Languages in Contact and Conflict in Africa / Est. 1989
TESOL International Association / Est. 1966
World Centre for Islamic Education / Est. 1981
Nordic Language Convention / Est. 1981
Délégation générale à la langue française et aux langues de France / Est. 1966
Cooperation of Finno-Ugric Peoples of the World
Universal Networking Digital Language Foundation / Est. 2001
Foundation for Endangered Languages / Est. 1996
International Association for Melody-Programmed Therapy of Speech / Est. 1978
European Centre for Modern Languages / Est. 1994
Esperantic Studies Foundation / Est. 1968
Joint Christian Ministry in West Africa / Est. 1979
Inter-Celtic Society / Est. 1978
SEAMEO Regional Centre for Quality Improvement of Teachers and Educational Personnel in Language / Est. 2009
International Association of Chinese Linguistics / Est. 1992

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World Problems relating to Languages

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Obscurantism
Profanity
Bilingual education
Discriminatory use of language
Endangered unwritten languages
Cultural domination through language
Lack of an acceptable universal language
Unethical use of language
Exclusive patterns of communication
Slang
Lack of semantic equivalents among languages
Discrimination against minority languages
Ethnically discriminatory language
Unparliamentary behaviour
Language discrimination in politics
Pursuit of personal prestige
Discrimination against non-western scripts in information systems
Discrimination against official languages in international organizations
Segregation through language
Dialect discrimination
Discriminatory scientific language
Isolation of speakers of unwritten languages

Action Strategies relating to Languages

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Recording dying languages
Conserving endangered languages
Promoting use of English as common global language
Strengthening multi-language literacy prowess
Abstaining from semantic equivalents between languages
Respecting individual language rights
Learning basic linguistic skills
Reducing global linguistic attrition
Providing sufficient semantic equivalents between languages
Grasping sounds inventory
Studying historical linguistics
Transcribing language phonetically
Spatial ordering
Reducing discriminatory use of language
Teaching russian language
Campaigning against indecent language
Studying russian language
Abolishing unethical use of language
Adopting uniform phonetic alphabet for all languages
Abstaining from universal language
Promoting Spanish language teaching in North America
Vocalizing language
Abstaining from setting terminological equivalents between languages
Promoting use of common world language
Teaching basic literacy prowess

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