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7. Places to Go, on the Web and in the World

ACLU briefing on English-Only Language Policy

Date: Mon, 02 Sep 1996

Since at times there has been extensive discussion on the list about language policy in various parts of the world, I thought I would let people know that there is an American Civil Liberties Union Briefing Paper on the subject of English Only legislation in the US at the following site:

http://www.aclu.org/library/pbp6.html

If there is someone on the list who is unable to access this website, but would like to read the briefing paper, contact me directly and I will send it to you as a (long) email message.

Karen Stanley
kstanley(at)charlotte.infi.net
Karen_Stanley(at)cpcc.cc.nc.us
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

Universal Declarations of Rights, Multilingually

Date: Fri, 17 Jan 1997

 

 

... I have the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the Universal Declaration of Linguistic rights, available in a number of languages at:

http://www.indigo.ie/egt/udhr/udhr.html and
http://www.indigo.ie/egt/udhr/udlr.html

Michael Everson, Everson Gunn Teoranta
15 Port Chaeimhghein Õochtarach; Baile ¡tha Cliath 2; …ire (Ireland) Guth·in: +353 1 478-2597, +353 1 283-9396
http://www.indigo.ie/egt
27 P·irc an FhÈithlinn; Baile an BhÛthair; Co. ¡tha Cliath; …ire

Lessons in Quechua

From gibbons(at)best.com (Russ Gibbons) via NAT-LANG (nat-lang(at)gnosys.svle.ma.us) on 11 Sep 1996

There are now several Web sites that offer free Quechua lessons, and Quechua literature through the internet.

http://www.andes.org/q_vocab.html has vocabulary, grammar, dialog and audio files; along with links to other Quechua language web sites.

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