Stories about @EuroDigitalLang
"Gàidhlig, as with all endangered and Indigenous languages, needs to be present in digital spaces alongside dominant languages, such as English."
"My hope is that influencers and creators publish content in Occitan that will attract the youth and attract new audiences – marketing is extremely important for our languages."
Talwyn Baudu believes that digital media may be a key factor in preserving Breton, a minority language
Talwyn Baudu is exploring the challenges and promises of sharing Breton, a language actively in decline, with the online world.
Through his research of the Circassian-Kabardian language at Ohio State University, Emre has been motivated to promote the language in digital spaces for its preservation.
In the Basque Country of Spain, Beñat Garaio has been working to promote the Basque language by organizing initiatives and events, engaging with diaspora communities, and taking part in academic support activities.
From Aragón, Spain, Silvia Cebolla has been raising the visibility of the Aragonese language as a television presenter, YouTube vegan chef, and through other online activities promoting the language.
According to a recent survey, less than 20 people, mainly elderly, in Lithuania can use, speak, understand and read the Karaim language. We interviewed Romas who shared the efforts to promote new speakers.
For over 20 years, Kevin Scannell has been an advocate for the Irish language who believes in the importance of providing online options for Irish speakers.
From France, the Academie du Gallo has been promoting online visibility and recognition for the Gallo language .
From Spain, Inaciu Galán has been an advocate for the Asturian language so that future generations continue to love the language.
"My primary motivation is to keep the language of my community alive. Udmurt must be used in as wide a variety of spaces as possible in order to ensure that it lives on."