Just as it is becoming harder and harder to imagine a world where communication is not simply a function of economics to be squeezed, Altera acts as a kaleidoscope for linguistic diversity—not for the sake of driving peoples apart, but for celebrating us in all our own ways...

Instead of a dozen or so language families represented in the world at the political level, more than two hundred language families and isolates make it onto the map, making it easier to trace cultural heritage and the oldest origins. These linguistic groupings are responsible for the dazzling thousand and one languages used in official capacities across the globe.