Round table »(Close) encounters of language policy makers«
Keywords:language policy, language testing, migrations, linguistic rights
AbstractThe 54th ALTE (Association of Language Testers in Europe) meeting and public consultation took place in Ljubljana between 6th and 8th November 2019. The meeting titled Monolingual testing in multilingual reality: Language ideologies and their impact on language testing was organized by the University of Ljubljana, the Faculty of Arts, and the Center for Slovene as a Second and Foreign Language at the Department of Slovene Studies. In this context, a round table (Close) encounters of language policy makers was held on 8th November 2019. We are publishing the transcription of the discussion between the participants of the event.
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