Who should join LARG?
LARG is a group of experts who share an interest in
LADO (Language Analysis for the Determination of
Origin) as a research topic, or from a practitioner's point of view, or
LARG seeks collaboration among academics, practitioners,
lawyers, qualified linguists, (I)NGOs, government bureau representatives, and
anyone else with an interest in responsible, valid and scholarly practices in
LADO. Experts connected to LARG collaborate in the interest of contributing to
the quality of work in this area.
Members participate in and propose LARG events, publish and
access archived documents, consult each other on research proposals and practice
developments, and engage in online discussion. An important function of
membership is to report to LARG concerning developments and resources in their
own field of activity.
Membership of LARG is open to
people from diverse fields and disciplines who demonstrate a specific
involvement with LADO issues that may lead to research or improved practice, and
who endorse the primary mission of LARG.
Please apply to the
will consult the Advisory
Panel if in doubt).
Applicants who do not fulfill the conditions may be added to
mailing lists for announcements of new developments and activities, participate
in public areas of the website, and attend public events organised by the
Research Group. Membership is not restricted geographically or by occupation.
LARG seeks to have active members wherever LADO is practiced or researched,
including the full range of institutional contexts.
A small membership fee provides funds to support the website
and information dissemination activities of LARG. Please
more information about LARG, to apply for membership, or to offer your
contribution to LARG's primary mission.