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The symposium will be attended by distinguished international and national speakers, and will provide an opportunity for reflection and discussion on a topic that has gained considerable importance in recent years for a variety of reasons, including increasing international migration, processes of cultural and linguistic uniformisation linked to globalisation, the digital revolution that may negatively affect minority languages, and finally situations of armed conflict in multilingual countries such as Ukraine.

A special session of the Nitobe Symposium will be dedicated to the case of language rights in Italy, including traditional minorities and those resulting from immigration.

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Friday 28 July to Saturday 29 July

Università di Torino, Centro Aldo Moro, Torino, Italy