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Public launch of the various project results with the aim to encourage other schools and GLAMs to take up the WikiWomen programme.
The 19th ICML will be held at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David in 2023 (20-24 June, 2023).
The LANGSCAPE & ENROPE Online Colloquium will be a space for presenting and discussing on-going research and teaching projects related to plurilingualism and education.
2-day Transnational Partner Meeting from the consortium behind the Erasmus+ project 'Ownership and Leadership (OWL+): Pathways for (Endangered) Languages’ Use' in School'.
The annual meeting for our members, donors and associates. With interesting presentations and the appointment of new members. Welcome!
Mercator European Research Centre, Fryske Akademy, and 3 other partners invite you to join the discussion on 'Resilience in Frisian Humanities'.
Mercator/ Fryske Akademy researcher Ydwine Scarse -'The dynamics between recognition, policy and practice concerning West-Frisian in the Netherlands'
GCMC's aim is to empower teachers of all subjects to integrate Global citizenship education (GCE) goals with a plurilingual approach into their regular teaching.
Mercator/ Fryske Akademy researcher Ydwine Scarse will participate in the discussion panel 'Language protection in the EU as a citizen’s right'
Euskal Wikilarien Kultura & Antigua-Luberri/ Gobierno Vasco, Mercator & the WikiWomen Consortium organise their first Edit-A-Thon for teachers!
Talk: 'Quebec-based parents’ attitudes towards childhood multilingualism: Evaluative dimensions and potential predictors.'
Mercator/ Fryske Akademy researchers Cor van der Meer and Ydwine Scarse will lead the session 'A closer look at Frisian language policy and practice'.
The ENROPE (Online) Colloquium will be a space for presenting and discussing on-going research and teaching projects related to plurilingualism and education.
"Ideologies, discrimination, and the discursive construction of difference: Twitter representations of Spanish as a heritage language in the US."
Lecturers from 4 different South African universities come to visit us to discuss the implementation of multilingual policies in higher education.
Try out the Self-Reflective Tool for teachers, and explore a number of educational activities! 17:30-19:00 CEST. Free after registration.
Go on adventure with Mercator & the creature Babel in 'BabelAR: how does your voice work?' at the Generation Next Science Festival for 6-12 y/o!
'Supporting the transmission of heritage languages: insights from multilingual family language policies in Quebec'. Free after registration.
Guest lecture by Mercator's Ruth Kircher as part of the MA course 'Language Contact and Language Planning' at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE).
Mercator's Ruth Kircher on 'Family language policies in Quebec: How and why parents raise multilingual children'. Free after registration.