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Mercator Network Nijsbrief

Hjir fine jo in oersjoch fan de lêste nijsbrieven fan it Mercator Network. Sûnt juny 2007 (nijsbrief #31) fersoarget it Mercator Kennissintrum yn Ljouwert de nijsbrieven fan dit Europeeske netwurk. De nijsbrieven op dizze side gean werom oant 2015 (#109).   

Yn de nijsbrieven fine jo ynformaasje oer de aktiviteiten fan it Mercator Network, oer edukaasje en beliedsferoaringen oangeande minderheidstalen yn Europa en fansels de ynteressante eveneminten foar professionals, lykas workshops en konferinsjes.

Ynskriuwe

Wolle jo ús Ingelsktalige nijsbrief eltse moanne yn jo digitale postbus ûntfange, stjoer dan dit berjochtsje nei de webredakteur fan it Mercator Kennissintrum: Ja, skriuw my yn!.

 

Diel jo nijs

Wy ferstjoere de nijsbrief eltse moanne nei mear as 2000 minsken út de hiele wrâld, ynklusyf in soad eksperts op it mêd fan meartaligens en edukaasje fan minderheidstalen. Sy binne allegear ynteressearre yn it lêste nijs oer ûntjouwings op minderheidstalengebiet. Hawwe jo nijs dat jo diele wolle mei harren? Stjoer jo Ingelsktalige berjocht dan nei de webredakteur. Pleatsing hinget ôf fan it ûnderwerp en de beskikbere romte. Jo bydrage mei net langer wêze as 100 wurden.

Lêste nijsbrieven

jun

30

With news about, among other things, the results of a survey on the demand for Catalan on digital platforms, a plea to the French government to support the teaching of regional languages, online seminars by the Centre de Recerca en Sociolingüística i Comunicació, interesting books and articles, the Occitan festival Premio Ostana and much more!

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mai

29

With news about, among other things, the results of the FUEN survey on the use of minority languages in the COVID-19 crisis, the first ever western PhD by a Nenets scholar, a new Occitan-French phrases dictionary, a manifesto book on creative multilingualism, the new journal 'Sociolinguistic Studies', the #Language-comfort project for primary education and much more!

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mai

01

With news about, among other things, the call from the Council of Europe and ELEN to use regional and minority languages in the COVID-19 crisis, popculture in Sami languages, a bibliography of CUSC-UB researchers, the use of Hungarian sign language and Romani by Mercator Network partner Research Centre for Multilingualism (RCM), call for papers for ICML XVIII and ICMME IV and much more!

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maa

27

With news about, among other things, the Catapult project for language teachers, an automatic translator for Aragonese, an open letter to the Council of Europe about the implementation of the Charter for Regional and Minority Languagages, a special font family for the Cymraeg language, and much more!

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feb

21

With news about, among other things, the ENROPE calls, new reports on the implementation of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities in Denmark and Poland, interesting conferences such as the ECSPM and NEWCON 2020, a blog on intergenerational language transmission and much more...

Mear lêze

dec

06

With news about, among other things, the SOAS-CiDLeS-Mercator conference in Graz, protests for minority languages in Paris, International Romani Language Day, and much more...

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nov

12

With news about, among other things, a Frisian version of the Speakaboo app, a joint statement of Ukraine and NATO on language rights of Ukraine's Hungarian minority, a new Regional Dossier and much more...

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okt

01

With news about, among other things, the European Day of Languages 2019, VirtulApp's first Multiplier event, a photo contest for young members of local communities and much, much more...

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aug

29

With news about, among other things, funding for Cornish language and culture, EU developments for online multilingualism, a symposium on education policy for regional languages (call for papers!), language discrimination by Spanish officials, the best way to teach children a second language and much, much more...

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jul

02

With news about, among other things, the future of the Basque language, new ECRML reports on Hungary and the Czech Republic, a young Dutch language virtuoso teaches himself endangererd languages to save them, a new online tool to document minority right breaches, the effect of early childhood education on bilingual families, and much, much more...

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