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Cambridge News reports on a worthy initiative: A Cambridge start-up is on a mission to save some of the world’s most endangered languages from extinction. Tribalingual is a language learning platform backed by the Cambridge Social Ventures programme in the Centre for Social Innovation at the Cambridge Judge Business School. It focuses solely on teaching […]
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