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Celebrate World Emoji Day

2020 marks a decade for experiencing emojis, and July 17th is World Emoji Day. In 2010, Unicode made the decision to codify Emojis – giving them international scope in every coding (and linguistic) language in the world. Since then, the Emoji has become part of our global consciousness and language: allowing people to communicate in…


Heritage Values

Last month, the United Nations and people around the globe celebrated International Mother Language Day by focusing on the movements to restore the status of indigenous and heritage languages and other mother tongues, and especially their capacity to improve educational outcomes through increased and improved delivery of instruction. Institutional recognition of these languages as a…