Summary This book 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. For lecturers only Click here to order your desk copy.
Introduction PART 1: Multilingualism, the judiciary and security services 1. Language and the administration of justice: an international framework PART II: Multilingualism, the judiciary and security services in Belgium 2. Lessons from the Flemish/Brussels/Belgian experience 3. Basic principles of language legislation in the judiciary in Belgium 4. Language legislation in the judiciary in Belgium: legal principles PART III: Multilingualism, the judiciary and security services in other European countries 5. Towards a Pan-European language policy for the European Union 6. The Spanish case 7. Multilingualism in the judiciary in Switzerland: judicial languages and language competence among judges PART IV: Multilingualism, the judiciary and security services in South Africa 8. Towards a multilingual policy in the judiciary and security services in South Africa 9. Democratic security in multicultural societies ? the South African case 10. Why a multilingual policy for South Africa? 11. A proposal on the language of record and language use in South African courts 12. Language policy of the South African Police Service 13. Multilingualism in the South African Department of Defence PART V: Multilingualism, the judiciary and security services in some Sadc countries 14. Managing multilingualism in Sadc 15. Multilingualism and the judiciary in Lesotho: the challenges of the 21st century 16. Multilingualism in the judiciary and security services in Botswana
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