Multilingualism; the judiciary and security services - Belgium; Europe; South Africa; southern Africa

Deprez, K , Plessis, T du , Teck, L


This work deals with international principles regarding the use of language in the administration of justice; and looks at the way in which multilingual countries such as Belgium and Switzerland approach this complex problem. The book then compares language practice in the judiciary and security services in South Africa and some countries of the Southern African Development Community against the background of evolving language policy in the region.

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Van Schaik Publishers
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