An overview of our past activities

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Apr

18

The Udmurt dossier has been compiled by Victor Denisov (Ph.D., Associate Professor), specialist in Udmurt philology (phonetics) and general linguistics, expert on the preservation of the sound heritage of minority peoples, consultant of the Center for International and Interregional Cooperation (Moscow).

 

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Apr

18

This update of the regional dossier Cornish language in education in the UK is written by Dave Sayers (University of Jyväskylä), Merryn Davies-Deacon (Queen’s University Belfast) and Sarah Croome (SOAS University of London). It was originally compiled by Arjan Hut in 2001.

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Apr

12

Final event to launch the COMBI project resources for training migrants in bilingual work settings.

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Apr

01

With news about, among other things, the positive judgement of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the case of the 2nd ECI on minority rights, a March for Welsh independence, new report on national minorities in Albania, Limburgish recognized as official language in the Netherlands, and much more...

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Mar

21

The ECSPM and the Centre of Literacy and Multilingualism organise the symposium 'Multilingual challenges: mediating images, languages and language pedagogy'.

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Mar

14

Ben jij hoogopgeleid en vluchteling? Of een docent die werkt met deze doelgroep? Dan zijn wij op zoek naar jou!

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Mar

05

With news about, among other things, the restrictions that the Hungarian Academy faces, 50 years of Celtic Research Center, a new report on Azerbaijan, protests in Occitania, a language on Cyprus written for the first time, little effect with early foreign language education, and much more...

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Mar

02

Presentation by Mercator European Research Centre: 'Education system of Frisian minority in The Netherlands'

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Feb

06

With news about, among other things, the 70th anniversary of the Council of Europe, the effects of multilingual aging, bilingualism and Down syndrome, new reports from the European Charter about Germany and from the Framework Convention about Russia, a new Amazigh teaching method, the ENROPE Intensive Study Programme, and much more...

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Jan

09

With news about, among other things, the statement about the potentially disastrous Brexit effects on Celtic languages, 2019 as the Year of Indigenous Languages, the Jura dialect recognized as minority language in Switzerland, a new Journal on monolingual and bilingual speech, a research about health care staff with minority language, a follow-up for multilingual education project Holi-Frysk, a Youtube-documentary about Mercator and much more...

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