Lingua franca - urban quarter development through language promotion

Tool type(s): 
City/Regional Development
Tool type(s): 
Learning materials
Tool type(s): 
Personal Development
Examples of Good Practice: 
Active Citizenship
Examples of Good Practice: 
Communicating a Learning Region
Examples of Good Practice: 
Learning Organisations
Examples of Good Practice: 
Employability and Future Skills
Examples of Good Practice: 
Learning Region Strategies
Target Sector(s): 
VET
Target Sector(s): 
Schools
Target Sector(s): 
Adult/Community
Europe-wide?: 
Yes

Lingua franca - urban quarter development through language promotion
Die Verkehrssprache - Soziale Stadtteilentwicklung durch Sprachförderung

A sound urban quarter development is hardly possible without the integration of big parts of the resident population. The case beeing that 26.1% of the population in Hamburg has foreign roots, it is important to integrate this part through promoting their language skills in German. In some urban quarters the part of foreign residents is much higher, such as in Hamburg Veddel with 61.4% foreigners.

The correlation between language skills and societal integration is clear. A target group of special importance is the mothers, since they function as multipliers concerning the language acquisition of their children. Offers located nearby together with child care during tuition are of special importance.

These goals can be reached through cooperation and networking of responsible persons and institutions. In this way tailored courses can be created.

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