World Projects at York

York is committed to research that has a positive impact on economic and community development. As such, we make every effort to engage York researcher’s expertise and the unique facilities within the university to government, community and business organizations nationally and globally. Organizations benefit from the range of expertise available at York for their research and development (R&D).
Read more on World projects at York and Knowledge Mobilization at York.

Other World Projects

Language Research Centre, University of Calgary

The Language Research Centre (LRC) provides leadership in research into languageacquisition, learning and teaching, the effective use of technologies, and policy-making. It is a central point of contact on language research between the University of Calgary and the world. Read more 

Mercator, European Research Centre on Multilingualism and Language Learning

The Mercator European Research Centre on Multilingualism and Language Learning (formerly Mercator Education) is part of a network of five research and documentation centres specializing in regional and minority languages within the European Union. Read more 

Research Centre for Languages and Cultures, University of South Australia

In an interconnected globalised world, it is the mission of the RCLC to be a national and international leader in shaping the agenda of linguistic and cultural diversity. Read more 

Centre for Research on Language Diversity, La Trobe University (Australia)

Our purpose is to investigate linguistic diversity in all its aspects. We believe that studying linguistic diversity is of critical importance. Each language offers a unique window into one possible way of perceiving and interacting with the world.Read more 

L’Aménagement linguistique en haïti : enjeux, défis et propositions

This collective work, is a major reference book on the Haitian linguistic problematic which treats with rigor and height of opinions. Equipped with extensive documentation and theoretical and critical equipment, it was written by four linguists, all specialists in the issues dealt with. This book is moreover appropriately presented and supported by specialists in planning, history and jurilinguistics. The analysis and diagnoses recorded in this book give rise to proposals for consensus at the national level in the unavoidable reconstruction of Haiti. (coédition des Éditions de l’Université d’État d’Haïti (Port-au-Prince) et du Cidihca (Montréal).