Consider Introducing a Gaelic 'Language Nest' Project

Consider Introducing a Gaelic 'Language Nest' Project

So-called 'Language Nests' are a concept introduced by Māori language revitalisation efforts in New Zealand have been proven to be effective for supporting minority languages. They have be utilised closer to home in Manx revitalisation efforts on the Isle of Man. Indigenous Linguist Alexey Tsykarev from Russia has spoken extensively about how the Karjalan Kielen Kodi Language Nest project has been crucial for revitalisation of the endangered Karelian language.


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