2019 was declared by the UN General Assembly as the International language of indigenous peoples, and the Sana 2019 team decided to gather best practices for the preservation and revival of indigenous languages.
Initiatives belong to the most ordinary people — teachers, journalists, social activists, designers. Best practices have become a success story thanks to the optimism and activity of the initiators. They believed in their abilities and were able to convince others that their ideas would contribute to the revival of languages.
We hope that the experience presented in the publication will motivate and inspire language activists around the world to continue the important work on the preservation and revival of native languages.