This section of the LPReN website has been created to provide access to a growing number of resources related to language policy around the world. Content within this section will evolve over time.
LPReN Briefs are a new series of informative publications. Current titles in the series are listed below. Plans are in development for additional briefs. Click on the title to download the free brief.
- Conflict, Language Rights, and Education: Building Peace by Solving Language Problems in Southeast Asia
Joseph Lo Bianco, The University Of Melbourne
- Historical Orientations to Language Policy in the United States
Terrence G. Wiley, with Haley de Korne
- Applications of Language Policy and Planning to Deaf Education
Sarah E. Compton, University of Jyväskylä and Francis M. Hult, Lund University
Does the United States Need a Language Policy?
by Bernard Spolsky, Professor Emeritus, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. Read the report.