International Mother Language Day


Global Mother Language Day was declared by the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in November 1999. The UN General Assembly invited the decree of the day in its goal of 2002. 

  • On 16 May 2007 the United Nations General Assembly in its goal A/RES/61/266 called upon Member States “to advance the conservation and assurance of all dialects utilized by people groups of the world”. 
  • By a similar goal, the General Assembly declared 2008 as the International Year of Languages, to advance solidarity in variety and global arrangement, through multilingualism and multiculturalism and named the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to fill in as the lead office for the Year.
  • Today there is developing mindfulness that dialects assume a crucial part being developed, in guaranteeing social variety and intercultural exchange. 
  • Yet in addition in fortifying co-activity and accomplishing quality training for all, in building comprehensive information social orders and saving social legacy, and in activating political will for applying the advantages of science and innovation to supportable turn of events. 


Worldwide Mother Language Day perceives that dialects and multilingualism can propel consideration, and the Sustainable Development Goals’ emphasis on abandoning nobody. 

UNESCO accepts training, in view of the principal language or first language, should start from the early years as youth care and instruction is the establishment of learning. 

  • Dialects, with their intricate ramifications for character, correspondence, social reconciliation, instruction and advancement, are of vital significance for individuals and the planet. 
  • However, because of globalization measures, they are progressively under danger, or vanishing out and out. At the point when dialects blur, so does the world’s rich woven artwork of social variety. 
  • Openings, customs, memory, extraordinary methods of reasoning and articulation — important assets for guaranteeing a superior future — are additionally lost. 
  • Like clockwork a language vanishes taking with it a whole social and scholarly legacy. In any event 43% of the assessed 6000 dialects spoken on the planet are jeopardized. 
  • Two or three hundred dialects have truly been given a spot in schooling frameworks and the public area, and not exactly a hundred are utilized in the advanced world. 
  • Multilingual and multicultural social orders exist through their dialects which send and save conventional information and societies in a feasible manner. 
  • Worldwide Mother Language Day is noticed each year to advance phonetic and social variety and multilingualism.

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