Seminar on “Endangered Languages Network TADNET: The status of Laz and Circassian in Turkey”
Welcome to the presentation of the Endangered Languages Network TADNET and the seminar on the status of Laz and Circassian in Turkey.
When: April 29, 1.15 CET
Where: Zoom link https://mau-se.zoom.us/j/69596662782?pwd=MGExY1ZrblZYTmdDdjRlY2pxM1dtZz09)
The lead applicant of the “Laz-Circassian Civil Society Network” is the Laz Institute and the co-applicant is the İstanbul Caucasian Culture Association (IKKD). TADNET is a part of the project. Presenters at the seminar are Eylem Bostanci, project coordinator, Ismail Bucaklişi, Chairman of the Laz Institute and Murat Topçu, İstanbul Caucasian Culture Association.
The Endangered Languages Network TADNET was established in 2020 within the “Laz-Circassian Civil Society Network” and is financed with support from the EU Delegation to Turkey. The aim of the network is to increase the awareness of Turkey’s native languages and to develop activism that would enable endangered languages in Turkey to survive. TADNET investigates the satus of endangered languages in Turkey and globally, analyse successful studies of these languages, distribute literature in this field, provide correct sources and information on the Laz and Circassian languages, developing relationships and networks with similar NGOs across the globe.