LANGUAGES MATTER! A UNESCO poster competition

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by mara ang


As a sociology graduate in the National University of Singapore, I understand the importance of linguistic diversity and multilingualism. especially when the world is increasingly globalize and “Macdonaldized”.

Languages when spoken are heard through different shapes of EARS and are especially essential and important to the identity of groups and individuals in the peaceful coexistence.

Only if multilingualism is fully accepted can all languages find their place in our increasingly globalized world, and allow us to celebrate multiculturalism.