What happens to a language that disappears? What can we do to prevent it from being lost completely? For there to be a chance of recovering this heritage, ensuring the possibility of its future reconstruction, it is important to create a specialised archive of threatened European languages.
“The Future of Cod” conference took place on 7 February, with Traductanet providing simultaneous translation services. The conference reflected both on consumption habits and the importance of the sustainability of cod.
The United Nations Organisation (UN) has six official languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. To promote multilingualism and the equal use of these six languages, the UN has decided to dedicate one day of the year to each of them.