Hutatma Smarak (Martyrs's Memorial) on Flora Square in Mumbai constructed in the memory of 106 people killed during the agitation for the creation of Unified Maharashtra. The two individuals in the monument represent the worker and the farmer.

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2012 workshop on 'Linguistic Diversity and Social Inclusion in Australia' at Macquarie University

Linguistic diversity and social inclusion in Australia

How does language intersect with social inclusion in contemporary Australia? Do social inclusion policies address linguistic diversity? What do we know about ...

Livia and her classmates at a crossroads the year before applying for their Gymnasium streams (Switzerland, 2004)

Bilingual students at the crossroads

Secondary education as a monolingual fork in the road Let me bust a prevalent urban myth: You do not need to be ...

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