TRAINING AND RESEARCH
Lorena Fontaine, University of Winnipeg
Indigenous Language Rights in Canada
-Some 30 participants during the live-streamed question period (master's students, GRIGL and OLBI members, general public)
-Hundreds of views of the YouTube recording (public)
1. Training master's and doctoral students from the University of Ottawa, Université de Paris and UNTREF.
2. Opportunities for exchanges and networking with graduate students and researchers.
3. Strengthening research skills on an international level.
4. Creating teaching resources with virtual master classes. Classes are in English with French and Spanish subtitles.
5. Project visibility: master classes were viewed hundreds of times.
Elisa Loncon, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Mapuche Indigenous language rights in Chile: race and gender
Jonathan Rosa, Stanford University
Unsettling race and language: Toward a raciolinguistic perspective
Michele Gazzola, Ulster University
The politics and policy of multilingualism in the European Union after Brexit
Monika Jezak and Luisa Veronis, University of Ottawa
Francophone immigration in official linguistic minority settings in Canada
Carola Mick, Université de Paris/CEPED
Politics in speaking: the disruptive power of using “Andean Spanish”
Presentations of students' master's and doctoral projects supervised by Prof. Auzanneau, Jezak and Varela. Question period and student exchange about research paths at the master's and doctoral level in the three partner universities of PILAP.
-Master's and doctoral students (University of Ottawa, UNTREF, Université de Paris/CEPED)
-Prof. Auzanneau, Jezak, Mick and Varela
Training of master's and doctoral students at the University of Ottawa, Université de Paris and UNTREF (make an academic-type presentation and ask questions in relation to the presentations of other students)
Prof. Lia Varela (UNTREF)
1. Training of undergraduate students in language sciences at the University of Paris
2. Students' introduction to current research questions in sociolinguistics and language policies
3. Introduction of students to research practices and discussion of results in public: Students gain confidence in public speaking, formulate questions in relation to research results and understand the breadth of research questions in the humanities and social sciences.
4. Possibility of exchange and networking of students with teacher-researchers from other universities
Prof. Monika Jezak et Luisa Veronis (University of Ottawa)
TRAINING AND PUBLIC ACTION
Gerardo García Chinchay,
Director of Indigenous Languages
(Viceministerio de Interculturalidad, Ministerio de Cultura, Perú): "Certificación a servidores públicos bilingües"
-Panelists from Instituto de Lenguas in Chaco, Argentina
-25 participants: master's students (University of Ottawa, Université de Paris and UNTREF), GRIGL members, representatives from Instituto de Politica linguistica in Misiones, Argentina.
1. Training master's students from University of Ottawa, Université de Paris and UNTREF. Strengthening skills in assessing and analyzing language policies.
2. Sharing best practices between language policy practitioners in Peru and Argentina.
3. Networking between institutional leaders and researchers in language policy.
4. Creating teaching resources (PowerPoint and associated documents): case study on assessing Indigenous language policy.
5. Reusing teaching resources already created by UNTREF in the case of Peru.
Course presenting the master's projects of UNTREF students, with Monika Jezak (University of Ottawa) and Carola Mick (Université de Paris/CEPED)
-15 students registered
1. Training UNTREF master's students (giving an academic presentation to an international audience; asking questions about other students' presentations; answering questions).
2. Opportunity for students to interact and network with teacher-researchers from other universities.
INTERNATIONAL BILINGUAL SYMPOSIUM: Languages and bilingualism in the era of geographic, social and professional mobilities (as part of the CCERBAL Conference, Ottawa, Canada)
1) Carola Mick, Université de Paris / CEPED
Intercultural mobility and educational policy in Peru / Mobilité interculturelle et politique éducative au Pérou
2) Deirdre Ní Loingsigh, University of Limerick
Innovations dans le soutien de la langue irlandaise, la mobilité sociale et le bien-être : a Regeneration Community in Limerick
3) Mireille McLaughlin, University of Ottawa
“Tant qu’ils comprennent”: francophone language ideologies and the production of class in the Canadian oil sands
4) Luisa Veronis, Rachel Walker, and Xiaohao Wu, University of Ottawa
International students’ mobility and experiences of place at a bilingual university / Mobilité des étudiants internationaux et expériences vécues dans une université bilingue
5) Monika Jezak and Luisa Veronis, University of Ottawa; Alice Fomen and Jafar Hussein, Alliance pour une communauté éducative inclusive (ACEI)
Ils viendront, mais vont-ils rester? Professional mobility of French as a second language teachers of immigrant background in Ontario
Outreach of francophone research in language policy and in sociolinguistics
The OLBI model was a source of inspiration in the creation of the UNTREF LINGUA Lab for Research and Innovation in Language Policy and Management. Since February 2021, this center has been developing research as well as training and advisory activities aimed at university, non-university and business sector audiences.
Meeting (by videoconference) of the authorities of the Ministry of Culture of Peru with international experts invited as part of the public consultation process on the update of the National Policy on Indigenous Languages, Oral Tradition and interculturality (PNLOTI)
For the Government of Peru: the Minister of Culture; Mr. Director of Aboriginal Languages; technical team of the Directorate of Aboriginal Languages.
International invited experts: around fifteen specialists from the Americas (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, United States, Mexico) and Europe (France, Portugal, United Kingdom).
The contribution made by Lia Varela (UNTREF) as an Argentinian expert follows the discussions around the "Peru case" carried out since 2017 between researchers, students and actors in the field within the framework of the cooperation between UOttawa-University of Paris/Ceped and UNTREF.
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