Cyberspora is an online community founded by linguist and member Dr Aniko Hatoss.
The word Cyberspora has two meanings in our context. The first refers to the fact that contemporary diasporic communities connect through the Internet and make increasing use of technology for maintaining their cultural heritage and identity . The second meaning is that we can exchange ideas about all minority language communities and those 'on the move' through an online facility.
The aim of this website is to promote these activities. I hope that you find the resources and links useful for research.
I welcome all community members to contribute about grass-root initiatives regarding language maintenance and other cultural activities which is significant in their lives of 'transition'.