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To a great extent the article deals with issues of bilingual education from the perspective of social justice. It analyses further various components underpinning the attempts to develop a comprehensive bilingual and intercultural education in this specific context. The article is exploratory in character as it intends to develop lines of analysis useful in discussing challenges faced by bilingualism and multilingualism in contexts where factors involve are complex and of vary different nature.doi:10.1080/07908318.2010.515996 fatcat:iklwtnvf5zctzaoqt7chayfzhq