Secum celebrated International Mother Language Day online

International Mother Language Day highlights that languages ​​and multilingualism can foster inclusion and leave no one behind.

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With readings of poetry and music, broadcast on video, the Ministry of Culture of Michoacán (Secum), joined the national commemoration of International Mother Language Day.

International Mother Language Day highlights that languages ​​and multilingualism can foster inclusion and leave no one behind.

For this February 21, the state agency broadcast three special videos through social networks to commemorate with poetry and music.

This year’s celebration is a call on policy makers, educators and teachers, parents and families to reaffirm and further commit to multilingual education and its inclusion in education to promote the recovery of education after the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This effort should also serve to promote the United Nations International Decade of Indigenous Languages ​​(2022-2032), which places multilingualism at the center of the development of indigenous peoples.

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