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The concept of developing the native languages of the indigenous minorities of the north has been approved in Chukotka
The government of the Chukotka Autonomous Region approved the Concept for the Development of the Native Languages of the Indigenous Minorities (Chukchi, Eskimo, Even) for the period 2014-2025. According to Ivilina Kelek, Head of the Department of Interaction with NGOs of the Indigenous Minorities of Chukotka, Office of the Governor and Government of the Chukotka Autonomous Region, the document is intended to become a guideline and organizational basis for solving the problem of preserving, strengthening, developing and spreading the indigenous languages of the region as the most important means of ethnic preservation.
To achieve the goal, the document identifies priority areas in six main areas: education, science, media, culture and art, book publishing, information and communication technologies.
“Work will be carried out within each area. For example, in the field of education, it is planned to improve both the system of training pedagogical personnel and the very methodology of teaching native languages. Scientific activity will be aimed, among other things, at the study and preservation of language variants and dialects, as well as the development of dictionaries, the creation of phrasebooks. The sphere of culture and art will cover, accordingly, events according to their specificity - from the use of northern languages in mass, entertainment and cultural events to the publication of appropriate methodological manuals, ”I. Kelek cited examples.
According to her, the implementation of the Concept implies the development of three comprehensive plans for the development of native languages, detailing the base of the main activities, the deadlines responsible for carrying out, financing: 2014-2017, 2018-2021 and 2022-2025. Communities of indigenous peoples of Chukotka, representatives of the media, employees of science, culture and art will be involved in the work.