This project focuses on new speakers of West Frisian in the province of Fryslân, in the north of the Netherlands. The project outputs include research-informed teaching materials for Afûk educators, a research report for the Province of Fryslân, and a research-informed language promotion campaign.
The objective of OWL+ is to innovate in curriculum building for and about endangered languages by contextualising them within the big picture of language diversity in Europe and by providing stakeholders with practical tools to help them foster the transmission of the language.
Women in Wikipedia (WikiWomen) will bring together schools, Wikipedia foundations and language organisations in minority language regions of Europe to use Wikipedia as a tool to teach digital literacy, social engagement and language skills.
Holi-Frysk 2.0 is the successor of Holi-Frysk 1.0. Holi-Frysk 1.0 showed that using multilingualism in the classroom was of added value to the pupils and their development. The wish to continue this project with more and improved activities, more schools and structured research on the effects of these activities on attitudes, proficiency and didactics, led to Holi-Frysk 2.0.