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19 may 2019

Indigenous peoples hold primary responsibility for the preservation of their languages

The educational system can develop indigenous languages only in collaboration with language activists and the civil society at large

01 february 2019

Language activism seminar in Inari showcased Sámi practices and extended SANA 2019 network

On January 21-24, partners of SANA 2019: «Civil Society Network for Preserving and Revitalizing Indigenous Languages» held a training seminar and study tour at Inari (Finland) for recipients of SANA mini-grants for community-based language initiatives

10 january 2019

SANA 2019 initiates collection of case studies of Finno-Ugric language activism

«SANA 2019: Civil Society Network for Preservation and Revitalization of Indigenous Languages» has begun collecting case studies of indigenous Finno-Ugric language activism for inclusion in an upcoming interactive publication associated with the International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019

18 december 2018

Ten Initiatives by Language Activists To Be Implemented During the International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019

On December 14-16, another seminar of the project «SANA 2019: Civil Society Network for Preserving and Revitalizing Indigenous Finno-Ugric Languages» was held in the city of Kingisepp (Leningrad Oblast, Russian Federation)

19 november 2018

SANA 2019 small-grant competition for Finno-Ugric language initiatives received 65 applications

SANA 2019 project team is pleased to inform that 65 applications were received as part of the Finno-Ugric language initiatives small grant competition, from 3 countries: Russian Federation (Republics of Karelia, Udmurtia and Mari El, Leningrad, Vologda and Pskov Oblasts and Saint-Petersburg), Estonia and Latvia

31 october 2018

Finno-Ugric Kitchen Talk

At the end of October, Obinitsa — Finno-Ugric Capital of Culture 2015 and a cultural centre of Seto people in Estonia, became the meeting place for Finno-Ugric language activists

10 september 2018

Mini-grant Programme Launched For Finno-Ugric Language Initiatives

The project «SANA 2019: Civil Society Network for Preserving and Revitalising Indigenous Languages» is announcing a competition for mini-grants

06 september 2018

New Civil Society Network Will Support Finno-Ugric Indigenous Language Activism

Civil society organisations of indigenous Finno-Ugric peoples from Russia, Estonia and Finland are among the first to join preparations for the International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019 that has been proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly