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<firstname.lastname@example.org> The appended announcement was seen on the ILAT list. The page on the Linguapax awards (URL below) explains that "The Prizes are awarded to linguists, researchers, professors and members of the civil society in acknowledgement of their outstanding work in the field linguistic diversity and/or multilingual education. Nominations of people having contributed to improve the linguistic situation of a community or country will be specially appreciated." *** The call for candidates to the Linguapax awards 2004 is open. Kindly communicate the names of your nominees to the secretariat of the Linguapax Institute before the 15th of January 2004 and attach their short biographical note whenever possible. The names of the prize-winners will be made public on February 27, coinciding with the presentation of 2003 Linguapax Awards to Aina Moll and Tove Skutnabb-Kangas. The ceremony will take place on the occasion of the II International Mercator Symposium to be held at the University Rovira i Virgili in Tarragona (27-28 February 2004). More information on: http://www.linguapax.org/en/premisLPXang.html