Panel #9: The Politics of Linguistic Justice

  • Chair: Daniel Cetrà
  • Discussant: Daniel Cetrà
  1. Leigh Oakes: Pluricentric linguistic justice: language ownership and the ethics of norm development and enforcement in transnational contexts
  2. Rémi Léger: Linguistic Justice for In-between Groups
  3. SUH I Fru Norbert: The Political Implication of Linguistic Injustice in Multilingual States: Case study of the Republic of Cameroon
  4. Vittorio Dell’Aquila and Gabriele Iannàccaro: Multilingualism and linguistic justice in eastern Latvia: parameters and models of analysis

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