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Multilingual education: Creating equal chances for everyone


Most societies are multilingual. A language can be crucial to one’s identity and membership in a community. Languages spoken by a minority need not to be an obstacle to an integrated and cohesive society. If they are respected and cultivated properly, they can enrich society and spur development.  

Promoting multilingual education has been a priority for successive OSCE High Commissioners on National Minorities since this institution was created in the early 1990s.

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