European Elections and the Future of Linguistic Diversity

……in a fortnight’s time it’ll be the European elections. NPLD is eager for a new approach on languages to be adopted to explore the potential benefits – personal, social and economic – that linguistic diversity has for Europe. Multilingualism, far from being a problem, can be part of the solution to Europe’s current impasse: multilingual people are better at multitasking, are more creative and innovative; multilingual people have a greater capacity for being open-minded and perceptive; multilingual people are a more mobile workforce and often obtain better-paid jobs. To sum therefore, multilingual people are better-equipped for the challenges of today’s world!
For this reason, the NPLD has produced a concise information leaflet about the languages of Europe.

2 thoughts on “European Elections and the Future of Linguistic Diversity

  1. Dear Admin,Is it possible to trace these messages back to an organisation, group, individual … Will explore this when time permits, but meanwhile am happy to keep receiving this magazine. (Dr) Maureen EllisSomerset, UKTel.: 00 44 1747 841004

    Date: Tue, 13 May 2014 13:16:41 +0000 To:

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