John Kerr posted in language • linguistics • policy • Royal Society of New Zealand on March 8th, 2013.
New Zealand is ‘superdiverse’, having seen unprecedented increases in the ethnic, cultural, social and linguistic diversity of the New Zealand population in the last few decades. But how do we, as a nation, deal with the numerous language issues that this diversity creates? A new policy paper, launched this week by the Royal Society of […]
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