Skip to main content

Table of Content

1. Foreword

2. Executive Summary

3. Introduction

4. Settling a network of International Contact Points

5. National Initiatives in the area of Language Resources

5.1. European Union

5.1.1. Overview

5.1.2. Austria

5.1.3. Belgium

5.1.3.1. Belgium / Flanders

5.1.3.2. Belgium / Wallons

5.1.4. Bulgaria

5.1.5. Cyprus

5.1.6. Czech Republic

5.1.7. Denmark

5.1.8. Estonia

5.1.9. Finland

5.1.10. France

5.1.11. Germany

5.1.12. Greece

5.1.13. Hungary

5.1.14. Ireland

5.1.15. Italy

5.1.16. Latvia

5.1.17. Lithuania

5.1.18. Luxembourg

5.1.19. Malta

5.1.20. Poland

5.1.21. Portugal

5.1.22. Romania

5.1.23. Slovakia

5.1.24. Slovenia

5.1.25. Spain

5.1.25.1. Spain / Basque

5.1.25.2. Spain / Catalonia

5.1.25.3. Spain / Galicia

5.1.25.4. Spain / Asturiano

5.1.26. Sweden

5.1.27. The Netherlands

5.1.28. United Kingdom

5.2. Non-EU European countries

5.2.1. Overview

5.2.2. Croatia

5.2.3. Greenland

5.2.4. Iceland

5.2.5. Moldova

5.2.6. Norway

5.2.7. Russia

5.2.8. Serbia

5.2.9. Switzerland

5.2.10. Turkey

5.3. Non European countries

5.3.1. Overview

5.3.2. Algeria

5.3.3. Australia

5.3.4. Bolivia

5.3.5. Brazil

5.3.6. Canada

5.3.7. China

5.3.8. China / Hong Kong

5.3.9. Djibouti

5.3.10. Egypt

5.3.11. Ethiopia

5.3.12. Georgia and Armenia

5.3.13. India

5.3.14. Indonesia

5.3.15. Iran

5.3.16. Israel

5.3.17. Japan

5.3.18. Kenya

5.3.19. Korea

5.3.20. Kyrgyzstan

5.3.21. Lebanon

5.3.22. Malaysia

5.3.23. Mali

5.3.24. Morocco

5.3.25. Nepal

5.3.26. Nigeria

5.3.27. Pakistan

5.3.28. Philippines

5.3.29. Saudi Arabia

5.3.30. Singapore

5.3.31. South Africa

5.3.32. Sri Lanka

5.3.33. Syria

5.3.34. Taiwan

5.3.35. Thailand

5.3.36. Tunisia

5.3.37. United States of America

6. Transnational Initiatives in the area of Language Resources

6.1. A historical perspective

6.2. International

6.3. EU

6.4. Non-EU

6.4.1. Japan

6.4.2. United States of America

6.4.3. Other countries

7. Conclusions and next steps

8. Bibliography

9. Annexes

9.1. Annex 1: List of International Contact Points

9.2. Annex 2: Language Resources for Polish

9.3. Annex 3: HLT Map of Poland : Institutes and Researchers

9.4. Annex 4: COST 2102 Cross-Modal Analysis of Verbal and Non-verbal Communication

9.5. Annex 5: The Arabic Language Technologies Center (ALTEC)

9.6. Annex 6: Directory of institutes/industries conducting Language Technology development in India

9.7. Annex 7: Written and Spoken Corpora , LRT activity registries related to Language Resources and Technologies and Conferences in Israel

9.8. Annex 8: HLT and LR Initiatives and activities in Japan

9.9. Annex 9: HLT and LR Initiatives and activities in Iran

9.10. Annex 10: HLT and LR Initiatives and activities in Taiwan