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Review of Languages Other Than English: Public Legal Education and Information Materials

This report summarizes the findings collected by Languages Other Than English (LOTE)’s assessment of non-English PLE materials. The inquiries ranged from how to engage non-English speaking communities with PLE providers and materials to how these materials are made accessible to these communities. Materials should be evaluated at last every three years. Print materials are said to be the most effective followed by information placed in community newspapers and other venues. It should be noted, however, that there is differentiation in this regard in various linguistic and cultural communities. The targeting of community audiences should be based primarily on need rather than demographics.

Author: Lee, Jason
Title of Work: Review of Languages Other Than English: Public Legal Education and Information Materials
Date: 2006
Organization: Legal Services Society of British Columbia
URL: Click here http://www.lss.bc.ca/assets/aboutUs/reports/PLEI/loteEvaluationReport06.pdf
Topic: Immigrant and refugee communities
Location of Authoring Organization by Country: Canada
Location of Authoring Organization by Province/ State (unless national entity): British Columbia
Availability: Full report online
Language: English