UNESCO and SIL Initiate Joint Effort for Multilingualism in Cyberspace

Representatives from UNESCO and SIL initiate plans for a joint project to promote multilingualism on the Internet during meetings held 20-22 January.

Technology for redendering complex scripts such as SIL's Graphite are a key factor in making computing techologies accessible to people from all language communities.

"It's really great to see the enthusiasm of the SIL team here. With partners like you we can go a long way toward achieving these goals."

-Paul G. C. Hector, UNESCO Information Society Division member.

Left to right: Jesse Johnston (SIL International Relations Officer), Paul Frank (SIL Vice President for Academic Affairs), Davide Storti (UNESCO Information Society Division member), Paul G. C. Hector (UNESCO Information Society Division member), David Pearson (SIL Representative to UNESCO

Sunday, 5 October, 2003
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