Language education policy as a tool to secure economic, political, and social futures

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Description

This OSP program will provide opportunity to develop my national and international profile as a researcher on multilingualism and education through collaborative relationships with key multilingualism researchers in Melbourne, Manchester and Hamburg. The program focuses on the significant international problem of reframing of language education policy as a tool to secure economic, political, and social futures. Outcomes include the establishment of new collaborative research projects, submission of three Q1 journal manuscripts, and preparation for an ARC DP21 proposal (to be submitted in 2020).
AcronymOSP
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/1930/06/19