Course on Language policy, language in human rights, language imperialism, languages and linguistic genocide in education, language ecology.
Objectives
  • Presenting fundamental knowledge about linguistic imperialism, and the limitations on language rights in international human rights instruments and in court cases, especially in relation to education.
  • Analysing the role of English nationally and internationally, and ideologies that legitimate linguistic imperialism and lack of language rights.
  • Presenting solid language planning and language policy research from all over the world, particularly in school and higher education, that leads to increased social justice.
  • To enhance the capability of participants to plan social and educational policies that respect linguistic human rights.

Course Dates: Nov 19, 2018 to Dec 1, 2018.

Last date for registration: Oct 10, 2018.

Course Fee (for reading material): INR 2000 (students); INR 3000 (others).  Out Station participants will be provided accommodation on payment of Rs 5000 on

You should attend if
  • Students/faculty/researcher/administrator in the Department of Law, Development Studies, Human Rights, Education, Applied Linguistics, Language Education, Sociology, Political Science, Language Policy and Language Planning.
  • Activists working for Human Rights and Educational Rights of the children from tribal communities.
Contact

Contact details: chimiralauma@nalsar.ac.in Phone: 9490187028

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This post was first published on: June 7, 2018

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