There are people with various linguistic, cultural, and social backgrounds including people studying Japanese, people working in Japan, people interested in Japan, etc. The idea “Japanese language = Japanese people” is not always true and there are a wide range of “Japanese speakers” around us. However, how and to what extent are such diverse speakers of Japanese recognized in our society? The objective of this project is to gather the “voices” of such speakers of Japanese and to promote awareness of diverse ideas and experiences related to the Japanese language.
ABOUTGlobal Network Project
This is the website of the Global Network Project
of the Canadian Association for Japanese Language
Education and the Association of Japanese Language
Teachers in Europe.