Legal situation of Poland’s minority languages


legal situation of polands minority languages?
Legal situation of Poland’s minority languages
Author: Tomasz Wicherkiewicz
Publisher: MERCATOR
Publication date: 2003
Number of pages: 12
Format: PDF / excellent
Size: 172 KB

Tomasz Wicherkiewicz
Adam Mickiewicz University
Poznan, Poland
MERCATOR Conference
European Minority Languages and Research
Shaping an Agenda for a Global Age
Aberystwyth, 8-10.4.2003
LANGUAGE MINORITIES IN OLD AND NEW EUROPE
Legal situation of Poland’s minority languages
Lesser-used Languages in Poland: Belarussian – German – Kashubian – Lithuanian – Romany – Ruthenian – Slovak – Ukrainian
The least used minority languages: Armenian – Czech – Karaim – Russian – Tatar – Yiddish and Hebrew – Wilamowicean
Education
Radio and television
Press
Religious life
Cultural events
The minority language policy in Central Eastern Europe and the European Charter of Minority Languages – Problems of typology
Minority language policy in the West and in the East

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Remarks: In MERCATOR Conference European Minority Languages and Research – Shaping an Agenda for a Global Age 2003
Language Minorites in Old and New Europe

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