European Parlament worried about European endangered languages

Is there still time to save languages such as Lombard, Polesian and Saterlandic?

Dozens of languages in Europe are not much lost for words as short of speakers with some 120 believed to be dying out. The EP’s culture committee discussed the problem with experts on 20 March. However, MEP François Alfonsi believes the final word on these languages has yet to be said. The French member of the Green group is drafting a report on what can be done to support them.

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/headlines/content/20130322STO06743/html/Lost-in-translation-saving-Europe%27s-endangered-languages

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About jramompichel

I'm a computer engineer interested in the survival of Endangered Languages. Sixteen years ago I created together with a group of friends a company called imaxin|software in order to develop projects in Natural Language Processing mostly for Portuguese (Galiza, Portugal, Brazil) , Spanish and English and Educational Multimedia Videogames. I'm also interested in Music, Social Innovation, worldwide cultures and travel.
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