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GLOBAL ISSUES IN LANGUAGE
EDUCATION NEWSLETTER
September 1999 - Issue No. #36

Our fall newsletter features articles on topics ranging from world citizenship and gender stereotyping to teaching for charity and discrimination against non-native speaker teachers. Conference reports include IATEFL'99 (Edinburgh) and Language World (York, UK) as well as AILA'99 (Tokyo) and LIOJ (Odawara). Please remember that this is an active newsletter, not a passive one. Contact addresses, e-mail and websites are included for authors of articles, conference presenters, global issue groups and global education organizations. Don't be shy! If you read about an interesting topic, project, person or resource, make contact and start building your own global network. Good luck with your fall global issues teaching and please try to attend our JALT'99 conference!

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