International Mother Language Day 21 February 2021

Four Exciting Events

INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY was established by the UN General Assembly in 2002 to “promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by peoples of the world”

Featuring wonderful guest speakers, musicians, poets and performers

mother language

  • Session 1 – Bhasha Andolon (Bangla Language Movement)
    Dr Moniruzzaman, Ahmed Rafiq, Mafizur Rahman Laltu, and Bibortan Cultural Centre (songs, music, poetry). Register for Event
  • Session 2 – Bilingualism, Maithili, Persian Literature + Zimbabwe
    Prof Udaya Narayana Singh, Dr Sahba Shayani, Tawona Sithole, and Dr Khaldoon Ahmed (co-presenter) Register for Event
  • Session 3 – Gaelic + Jamaican
    Prof Conchúr Ó Giollagáin, Gordon Wells, Audrey West and Meg Hyland Register for Event
  • Session 4 – Indigenous Languages of The Americas
    Prof Camilla Townsend and Prof Martin Puchner (co-presenter) Register for Event

You can also register for the following wonderful events in March

  • Female Pirates (6pm GMT, 05 Mar) – Dr Rebecca SimonRegister for Event
  • India’s Colonial Heritage (11am GMT, Sat 06 Mar) – Dr Shruti Kapila + William Dalrymple Register for Event
Rymour Books: Cultivating the Literary Arts
Glesga Banter: Celebration of Weegie Culture

This section: Books, Talks, Poetry and Creative Writing Events, Zoom and online events

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