SUNS Europe: sounds you can read and listen to, stories you can discover and imagine. A language exists if there is someone who uses it – through speaking, writing, listening to it and reading it – and if it is being used in order to express something, to describe, to narrate and to create.
The creative use of minority languages provides an essential function for their existence and their vital renewal. Oral narration, written pages, the use of words on stage and other forms of narration and performance in less common languages contribute to the richness of the overall world heritage, which is represented both by linguistic diversity and by the plurality of expressions, stories and words.
Different languages narrate the world.