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.
We are launching a new series of informative publications entitled LPReN Briefs.
The first titles in the series are listed below. Click on the title to download the free brief. Plans are in development for additional briefs in the series.
- 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.