On 26 October, the Mari organisation Marij-Vij Tüvõra Ušem - Mari-Vij Kultuuriyhdistys, or Mari Force Cultural Association, was registered in Finland.
The Udmurt Language Day was initiated by the Udmurt representative organisation Udmurt Kenesh and first celebrated on 27 November 2018.
By the decision of the Supreme Soviet of the Russian SFSR on October 18, 1991, October 30 was declared the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Political Repression. However, in the Russian Federation, the day was also celebrated this year.
On 1 November, in commemoration of the Udmurt writer and social activist Kuzebai Gerd (1898–1937), the Kindred Peoples' Programme traditionally announced the winners of the Literary Award.
The 2023 Uralic Ethnic Studies Award was awarded to Eva Toulouze and Nikolai Anisimov for their research into 21st century Udmurt culture.
On 10 September 2019, Albert Razin - a Udmurt sociologist and philosopher - set himself on fire in front of the Udmurt State Council building.
The Estonian-made and co-produced documentary film ‘Smoke Sauna Sisterhood’, or ‘Savvusanna sõsarad’ in South Estonian has received much international attention. The movie, directed by Anna …
A multilingual school in Mishkino, Bashkortostan began teaching mathematics and drawing in the Mari language.
The awards recognise the research work of kindred peoples who have do not have sovereign states. The awards are given for a monograph, collection or …
A chatbot that understands the Mari language has appeared in Telegram. The programme was developed by Mari linguist Andrey Chemyshev and his associates, Mariyskaya Pravda …
This year, there has been progress in developing modern software for the Uralic languages. Programmes related to Udmurt and Mari are being developed, in addition to a Uralic-language machine translation engine at the University of Tartu.
In May, the Estonian Language Board suggested eight proposals regarding the legal status of the South Estonian languages, Võro and Seto.