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Ainu finally recognized by the Japenese Government!March 5, 2019
Last week, the Ainu were finally recognized as an indigenous people by the Japanese Government. After decades of discrimination, Japan recognized the country’s ethnic Ainu minority as an “indigenous” people for the first time – a move welcomed by indigenous culture activists from around the wrold as a “first step” towards achieving equality. This is […]
International Mother Language Day!February 21, 2019
Mother Language Day takes place on the 21 of February each year. The initiative started in Bangladesh over 20 years ago. It was approved by the UNESCO General Conference in 1999 and it was officially introduced on 21 February 2000 UNESCO firmly believes in the importance of cultural and linguistic diversity. It is within its […]
2019: International Year of Indigenous LanguagesJanuary 14, 2019
We are thrilled to announce that 2019 is the International Year of Indigenous Languages! With over 370 million indigenous people in the world, over 5 thousand indigenous cultures, and a shocking number of 2680 languages endangered we need to be spreading awareness of these beautiful cultures and languages. Take a moment to read our story, […]
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