The Universal Declaration of Linguistic Rights (known also as the Barcelona Declaration) is a document signed by UNESCO in 1996 to support linguistic rights at the conclusion of the World Conference on Linguistic Rights held 6-9 June 1996 in Barcelona.
What does UDLR stand for?
UDLR stands for Universal Declaration of Linguistic Rights (est. 1996)
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Ciemen is an institute with a good understanding of issues relating to language rights - it was the body responsible for preparing the Universal Declaration of Linguistic Rights, which was presented to Unesco in 1996.
Historically, a legal mechanism which provides a possibility to address sexist language as a human rights issue appeared in 1996, when the concept of Linguistic Human Rights (LHR) was legitimized by the Universal Declaration of Linguistic Rights (UDLR) (5) approved on June 6th, 1996 by the World Conference on Linguistic Rights.