Cultural and linguistic diversity in the information society

Cultural diversity is seen as part of humanity's common heritage, which, as a source of exchange, innovation and creativity, is as essential for humankind as biodiversity is for nature. It should therefore be protected for the benefit of both present and future generations and be considered as a basic human right.



  • Bibliographic reference
  • Collation: 68 p.
  • Publication year: 2003
  • Document code: CI.2003/WS/7
  • Series Title: UNESCO WSIS Publication Series
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