CLIE Forum: How can linguistic knowledge influence policy?
María J. Arche, Eva Eppler, Gee Macrory
Committee for Linguistics in Education (CLiE)
The conference is at the University of York 23 – 25 August 2023. The CLiE Forum is on Thursday, 24 August, 2023 15:00-17:30.
Come and join us to make linguistics count in the world. We will present the following projects with which CLiE has been involved this year in its endeavour to make linguistics present in society and open the session up for input and feedback:
Manifesto for language needs. CLiE has endorsed the manifesto that the international group of linguists ATLAS has written with input from a multidisciplinary and multisectoral network of 60+ researchers, practitioners, stakeholders and policy advisors from 10 countries… Read More
Ofsted. In recent years, Ofsted has conducted research reviews into a number of curriculum areas, including languages and English. CLiE is working to engage in conversation with the Ofsted curriculum unit. A brief presentation of the main findings… Read More
Revitalising Languages and Safeguarding Cultural Diversity (RISE UP, Horizon Europe) aims to identify effective strategies to support the revitalisation of endangered languages and to empower members of endangered languages’ communities to increase their prestige and use. The project aims at… Read More