Marginalized Community Council is an online working group that is working towards addressing vital marginalized issues—of societies, cultures, and languages.
Hosted at O Foundation (OFDN), the group meets online on a regular basis. Discussion summaries are documented and are published to help guide key stakeholders to make informed decision.
The members are selected on a periodic basis based on an open call and the first meeting was conducted on Aug. 9, 2019 to celebrate the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples.
Vital issues that are a hindrance to digital activism in marginalized languages (indigenous, endangered and other underrepresented languages), and other major marginalized issues
Identify areas that need immediate intervention, publish recommendations to help policymakers and other such stakeholders to make informed decisions.
Publish recommendations to help policymakers and other such stakeholders to make informed decisions
Contribute towards similar initiatives around the world including the UN/UN-affiliated campaigns like 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages (IYIL)