“Our languages are a system of being, of doing, of communicating – and, most importantly, of knowing and imagining what we have passed on through generations. It is also a system of knowledge in itself: it is one of the critical ways through which we make sense of our world, how we act in it, and how we explain it to others.”
This is a short blog post on the multilingual internet as a human right, written for the “Digital Rights Are Human Rights” series by the Digital Freedom Fund.
By Adele Vrana and Anasuya Sengupta
Digital Freedom Fund | December 10, 2020