Disappearing Dialect: the Idu-Mishmi Language of Arunachal Pradesh(India)
The Documentation of Endangered Altaic Languages and the Creation of a Digital Archive to safeguard linguistic diversity
The links between safeguarding language and safeguarding musical heritage
The skulls of sacrificed mithuns are hung on the walls of houses to demonstrate the wealth of the household.
An Idu woman at her loom.
Pachu Pulu, an igu (priest) conducting a ritual during the Reh festival in February 2014.
Idu children in traditional dress.
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Center for Language Diversity – the ASK REAL digital archive.
A scene from the field research project on the Dolgan language in Yakutsk, Sakha.
The public awareness of the global threat to endangered languages and other forms of intangible cultural heritage is increasing.
Australian Aboriginal children at DanceSite, Alice Springs, which each year brings together indigenous people from remote communities across Australia to celebrate their intangible heritage.
Norwegian Saami singer Mari Boine, who performed in connection with the launch of the International Year of the World's Indigenous People in 1992.
Traditional musicians take part in a parade at Uyuni, Bolivia.