Lines of work
Attention to complaints and queries
Objective: To attend to any citizens that have complaints and queries about their dealings with the public administrations. To provide them with support, inform them about their rights and give them assessment about how to act in order to improve the situation of language rights. To provide specific support in cases of serious language discrimination in the administrations, particularly in the infringement of rights recognised by the Law.
Objective: To achieve full state-wide recognition of Catalan language in the different states where it is spoken. To ensure that the rights of Catalan speakers are the same as the rights enjoyed by speakers of other European languages of a similar size in the different language domains. To report discrimination in state-wide recognition. To develop language model proposals for a future independent Catalan state.
Objective: To work towards ensuring that local, county and autonomous administrations take the relevant measures to fully harmonise the use of Catalan language. To create awareness among citizens regarding gaps in the legal and political recognition of Catalan. To disseminate cases of serious language discrimination in the administrations among the citizens and public and international organisations.
Objective: To revise, denounce and work towards repealing any current legal provisions that do not permit the use of Catalan language or restrict its use. To propose new legislation that guarantees the full harmonisation of Catalan and guarantees the language rights of citizens and the use of Catalan by companies. To monitor political and legal attacks on Catalan language or the imposition of other languages that render it impossible or difficult for citizens to avail themselves of their language rights and their ability to live fully in Catalan.
Objective: The harmonisation of place names with a major visual presence in our country and where, instead of the specific Catalan place names, versions translated from other languages are used (particularly Spanish, French and Italian).