Multilingualism, Francophony and the Perspectives of the Romanian Education


  • Titus Corlățean Associate Professor, “Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University, Bucharest; Adjunct Professor “Carol I” National Defense University, Bucharest and Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania


According to the relevant norms of national and international law, the right to education is consecrated as a fundamental human right. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals, as prescribed by the UN 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development, included as Goal no. 4 the “quality education.” Multilingualism in international relations and organizations and within the national education systems represents important pillars from this perspective. The Francophone identity and its cultural, educational, and political dimensions are essential parts of this topic. The COVID-19 pandemic’s dramatic impact on human development and education increased their relevance and necessity nevertheless. Romania is an important actor of the organization called “Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie” (OIF), including at the level of national school and university educational systems in French language and promotes through political European, and international mechanisms and policies the principle of multilingualism.



How to Cite

Corlățean, T. . (2021). Multilingualism, Francophony and the Perspectives of the Romanian Education. SCIENTIA MORALITAS - International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research , 6(1), 1-14. Retrieved from