The 'Atlas on-line' will serve as an ever-evolving electronic extension to the print publication, under Initiative B@bel.
This project was carried out within Initiative B@bel with the Ethiopian Computer Standards Association (ECoSA) to support efforts aimed at developing and supporting the implementation of multilingual policicies.
Supporting creativity and innovation in local content production in radio, television and new media
This database gathers CD Rom and online resources related to the teaching and learning of languages. It focuses on tools supporting literacy and acquisition of local languages . They are available freely to users and target adult learners. It has been launched within the framework of Initiative B@bel and in cooperation with the section for the Promotion of Quality in Education (Education sector).
The project consist in developing a Unicode standard for N'ko a script used by the Manden people of West Africa, to the international character encoding standards Unicode and ISO/IEC 10646. The project is being conducted by the University of California Berkeley's Script Encoding Initiative with the support of UNESCO's Initiative B@bel.
The purpose of this project is to raise awareness of language endangerment and disappearance, and the need to safeguard our linguistic diversity.
a generic, easily-customisable browser that enables communities to communicate and build up relevant information and content in local languages
A special thematic series of the International Journal on Multicultural Societies, developed within the framework of Initiative B@bel, will focus on the debate surrounding the Internet and multilingualism.
This project was carried out within Initiative B@bel in cooperation with Infoterm to harmonise database system for processing of bibliographical, terminological, and factual data.
This project was carried out within Initiative B@bel in cooperation with SIL International to support efforts aimed at developing software/tools promoting multilingualism in cyberspace.
The rapid development and use of information and communication technologies has major repercussions on all aspects of the private and public life in all countries.
As one of the inputs to the World Summit on the Information Society (Geneva, 2003), the UNESCO Institute for Statistics is preparing a report regarding the status of multilingualism on the Internet, under Initiative B@bel.
Guidelines for Writing System Support - under Initiative B@bel in cooperation with SIL International
CMC combines community radio by local people in local languages with community telecentre facilities such as computers with Internet and e-mail, phone, fax and photocopying services.
UNESCO Red Book of Languages in Danger of Disappearing» was launched in 1993 to gather updated information on endangered languages and promote research.
Aynisiwi has been developed by Iván Guzmán de Rojas' IGRAL R&D group in La Paz, Bolivia, with the support of UNIÓN LATINA (París) and NEOTEC (Bolivia). The forum for testing it was developed in cooperation with Initiative B@bel.