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Research outputs: LANGUAGE RIGHTS
Language is often seen as an important symbol and marker of identity. The relationship between the two especially comes to the fore in the e...
Debates within Europe, including super-diversity, may offer a lens on discourses accompanying change in Australia, located in the geographic...
2013 Multilingual education policy in South Africa constrained by theoretical and historical disconnections
Multilingual education policy has been a controversial affair in South Africa, especially over the last 60 years. Recent research conducted...