What is multilingualism?
Multilingualism is a multifaceted concept. Depending on the context, it can refer to the working languages of the Secretariat, the official languages of the UN, or any other combination of languages.
Multilingualism does not necessarily require the use of multiple languages. However, it does require to make deliberate – not default – language choices, based on a careful analysis of the target audience, relevant mandates and available resources.
Despite the challenges the pandemic has brought upon us around the globe, the UN Language Programme team in Vienna has managed to swiftly adjust from “physical to virtual classrooms”! Learn more
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