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The International Linguapax Award is awarded annually on International Mother Language Day (21 February) by Linguapax (Linguapax International) "which recognises and awards the actions carried out in different areas in favour of the preservation of linguistic diversity, revitalization and reactivation of linguistic communities and the promotion of multilingualism". Candidates are individuals of the academic community and civil society as well as entities or collectives. Nominations for each year's prize are usually made public on 21 February of each year.
|International Linguapax Award|
|Awarded for||Outstanding contributions in the field linguistic diversity and/or multilingual education|
|Presented by||Linguapax (Linguapax International)|
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The International Linguapax Award was first given in 2002.
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