We see ourselves as a community of forward-thinking organizations and individuals in the non-profit, public and private sectors, driven by the desire to make a positive impact by advocating for access to information and services in languages people understand and promoting the understanding of the role languages have in economic recovery, education and mental and seniors' health.
We see the plurality of languages as a tool for creating a more equitable and inclusive society. We are interested in creating and negotiating strategic partnerships serving local and global audiences and supporting sector organizations in the pursuit of their vision of ensuring appropriate access and comprehension.
Our objective is to inform, connect and help with increasing visibility for our shared language rights activism through all relevant platforms, offline and online. With this work, we hope, we can create lasting change in the world.