International Year of Indigenous Languages
The International Year of Indigenous Languages (IYIL) 2019 was established by UNESCO as a way to call attention to the need to preserve and promote indigenous languages in today’s world.
Indigenous people, those who lived in a territory before it was colonised, continue to feel separate from other sectors of society as they strive to retain and hand down their lands and traditions to future generations.
There are 370 million indigenous people in the world, with 2,680 of their languages in danger of disappearing. When a language disappears, it is not only a form of communication that is lost, an entire set of legacies and traditions also die.
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