|| Alexander, Neville et al ., Literacy and linguistic diversity in a global perspective : an intercultural exchange with African countries , Strasbourg / Graz: Council of Europe / European Centre for Modern Languages, 2007, ISBN 978-92-871-6141-3.
Alexander, Neville et al ., Alphabétisation et diversité linguistique dans une perspective globale: échange interculturel avec des pays africains , Strasbourg / Graz: Conseil de l'Europe / Centre européen pour les langues vivantes, 2007, ISBN 978-92-871-6140-6.
This publication reflects the outcomes of a project which brought together experts and practitioners in the field of linguistic diversity and literacy from European and African countries with a view to opening a dialogue, to taking a comparative perspective and defining possible areas of mutually enriching co-operation and exchange. The question of promoting low-status and nondominant languages in education is the core concern of contributions in this volume which also encompasses topics such as language awareness, stimulating and encouraging a reading culture in low-status languages and developing criteria for teaching and learning materials that respect linguistic diversity and promote multilingualism. Examples of good practice in valuing African languages include an awareness raising campaign in Cameroon, NGO activities promoting literary production in Senegalese languages, the Stories Across Africa Project (StAAf) as well as initiatives of North-South cooperation in the fields of teacher training and materials development. This publication was conceptualised as a contribution to the African Union's Year of African Languages 2006/07.
- Neville Alexander and Brigitta Busch (editors)
- Ayo Bamgbose
- Carole Bloch
- Brigitta Busch
- Daniel Coste
- Viv Edwards
- Arame Fal
- Prince Kum’a Ndumbe III
- Adama Samassékou