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Guest post by Mark Temnycky, graduate of Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University   As Ukraine celebrated its “Ukrainian Literacy and Language Day” on 9 November, controversy surrounding its education law remains.   Passed in September, the legislation stated secondary education in public schools would be taught in Ukrainian. This sparked… » read more

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According to an article on EurActiv, the Commission’s translation chief, Juhani Lönnroth, considers the multilingual nature of the EU institutions “too politically sensitive” an issue to be dramatically reformed. The equal treatment of all European languages without any exception is indeed the backbone for a peaceful European society. Each and every attempt to exclude a… » read more

Posted by Andreas