Maintaining Minority Languages in Transnational Contexts offers insights into the complexities of language planning and policy, and highlights Australian and European - and EU - approaches to the management of multilingualism. These approaches include dealing with indigenous and migrant ethnolinguistic minorities, critical examination of educational policies for the provision of community languages in mainstream schooling, educational initiatives for the linguistic integration of minority language speakers and community efforts to maintain and/or revitalise minority languages. The chapters offer insights into country-specific policies in Australia, Belgium, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, Spain and Sweden, and engage in comparative discussions, either between countries within Europe or between Australia and Europe.

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