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MERIDIUM Newsletter September 2009

 

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SEPTEMBER, 2009

 

Focus on reading

SOCIAL JUSTICE THROUGH MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION 

Edited by Tove Skutnabb-Kangas (Transcultura), Robert Phillipson (Copenhagen Business School), Ajit K. Mohanty (Jawaharlal Nehru University) and Minati Panda (Jawaharlal Nehru University)

Although the principles for enabling children to become fully proficient multilinguals through schooling are well known, most Indigenous and minority children are not provided with multilingual education, which would enable them to succeed both in school and in society. In this important book, experts from around the world show how multilingual education can be provided, and what it can achieve.

http://www.multilingual-matters.com/display.asp?isb=9781847691897

 

Migrants’ Associations

In Italy:  http://www.secondegenerazioni.it/

http://www.asinitas.org/home.html

                                                      

Multilingualism practices

Examples from Italy

Parliamoci Chiaro, Milan: http://www.ismu.org/parliamocichiaro/

Asinitas, Rome: http://www.asinitas.org/home.html

 

News Report

Examples from http://meridium.unistrapg.it/?q=it/multilingual-good-practices-what-people-do

 

COMING UP NEXT 

Conferences

Migration and development, Milan 9october 2009 2pm-6pm http://www.ismu.org/

 

To Partners: Updating notes and Deadline reminder 

1-By 15th of September: http://meridium.unistrapg.it/?q=en/schedule

 


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