Course on Language policy, language in human rights, language imperialism, languages and linguistic genocide in education, language ecology.
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.