Please provide a summary of your research in a format accessible to readers from across the Multilingual Creativity sector. Think about what might be of interest to schools, cultural organisations, libraries and publishers, as well as writers and translators. You post should be between 600 and 1500 words.
Please provide full reference details for citation.
Please list any organisations involved in this research, and provide links to their websites.
Please list any languages which your research particularly focuses on. These could be standard languages or specific varieties or dialects.
Please list any activities which your research focuses on. These could be things like "creative writing", "film making", "poetry", "subtitling", "song writing", "drama" etc.
Please list any concepts, theoretical approaches or principles relevant to your research. These could be things like "plurilingualism", "community languages", "linguistic repertoire", etc.