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Inclusive Langauge Guide
The language guide is divided into thematic sections, though many of the issues discussed intersect and some terms may be relevant to several categories. The guide is based on a set of Feminist Principles for Language Use and gives examples of how you can put these principles into practice in your writing and in day-to-day conversation.
Refugee Education and Medium of Instruction: Tensions in Theory, Policy, and Practice
This chapter analyzes the under-explored issue of medium of instruction for refugees, focusing on South Sudanese refugees in Uganda and Burundian refugees in Tanzania as illustrative cases through which to explore language dynamics.
Opportunities for Transformative Language in Feminist Approaches to Partnership
This paper, developed through consultations with Building Local Thinking Global members, seeks to explore language and power hierarchies within humanitarian aid, and the impact of language on relationships between different groups, with the goal of identifying new language that is inclusive and empowering, and promotes equality.
Language for Resilience: the role of langauge in enhancing the resilience of Syrian refugees and host communities
This report aims to identify the key needs of these different groups, current good practice and potential gaps in programming, and consider the ways that the British Council and its partners can further develop language-education programmes to build capacity during times of protracted crisis.
Language, education and migration in the context of forced displacement
Decades of research on language and education support the need to develop explicit and inclusive language policies that meet the needs of all learners. The right to education and the right to language are enshrined in multiple international conventions, declarations, and charters.
How can Mother Tongue-based MLE be carried out in classrooms where three or more local languages are represented as mother tongues?
In this paper we explore why first language–based multilingual education (L1-based MLE) would work in multi-language contexts where learners with different home languages come together in a single classroom or school, summarize the MLE theories that would apply, suggest some strategies for dealing with the situation, and offer some directions for future research.