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Minorities make themselves seen and heard

Romansh is Switzerland's smallest indigenous language, with only a few thousand speakers, but across Europe millions of people speak minority languages.

This content was published on August 5, 2013 - 11:00
Julia Slater, swissinfo.ch

Julia Slater finds out about the impact of television on the survival of Romansh in Switzerland and Welsh in Britain.

Minorities make themselves seen and heard

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