The ISO 639 language code of Belarusian is be.

Digital Public sphere in Belarus and Poland. Recognised minority language in Czech Republic, Russia and Ukraine around 5.1 million native and 6.3 million L2 speakers as of 2009. for the language Belarusian via the #be2wiki capability: capture Lifeworld and public sphere content in Belarusian on wiki pages to make it widely accessible and to promote literacy and empowerment of minority communities in countries where Belarusian is spoken.


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Regarding the possibilities to create and contribute to a be2.wiki, check Welcome to the #xy2wiki impact network and the #xy2.wiki page.


#Belarusian needs #digitalPublicGoods - #digicoop1b: use #digicoop1be - #beCoding - #be2wiki to create and share those!

#Belarusian needs online library services (#cpc8451, #lib4dev): #cpc8451be - make #digicoop1be deliver !

#Literacy in #Belarusian goes hand in hand with content for & about Community, Social & Personal services #cpc9: enable a #cpc9be journey, #LeavingNoOneBehind


Similar information is provided for 660 languages.

In most of these languages there is an undersupply of digital public goods.

2390 thing pages.

Belarusian digital age services: