Brands celebrating International Mother Language Day
The idea of celebrating International Mother Language Day came from Bangladesh. The day has been observed around the world since 2000, after being approved at the 1999 UNESCO General Conference.
Diversity of culture and language is essential for a sustainable society, according to UNESCO. Tolerance and respect for others are fostered by preserving the differences between cultures and languages within its mandate for peace.
Giving you a glimpse of how brands are celebrating International Mother Language Day -
Fun banter with friends is hard to put into words, but not for this Bengali word.— Google India (@GoogleIndia) February 21, 2023
We're celebrating words that speak the language of emotions ❤️ #SayItLikeItIs, and share one such unique word from your language using Gboard 👇#MotherLanguageDay pic.twitter.com/wj6qR7rvjI
An experiment in Odisha showed how developing text books and primers in tribal languages and recruiting teachers from the tribal community can transform the experience of learning #InternationalMotherLanguageDay2023 https://t.co/qN5A1PvjTU— Down To Earth (@down2earthindia) February 21, 2023
Did you know that at least out of the estimated 6000 languages spoken in the world, 43% are endangered.#MotherLanguageDay #G20India #InternationalMotherLanguageDay pic.twitter.com/6aqmOKw47W— BSNL India (@BSNLCorporate) February 21, 2023