An overview of our past activities

jan

30

With news about, among other things, the launch of Leeuwarden-Fryslân, European Capital of Culture 2018, findings by CUSC-UB researcher Avel·lí Flors-Mas on the role of school in the preservation of minority languages, and the publication of Mercator's 50th Regional Dossier.

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dec

18

This dossier is written by Manfred Gross, head of the Centre of Multilingualism at the University of Teacher Education of Grisons in Switzerland, and expert on the Romansh language. Matthias Grünert from the University of Fribourg has also provided valuable input.

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dec

18

The 50th Dossier is "The Romansh language in education in Switzerland”, by Manfred Gross. To celebrate this joyful event, we have added a new means to select a dossier on the Mercator website: via an embedded map.

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dec

01

Symposium organised by the European Civil Society Platform for Multilingualism (ECSPM). Cor van der Meer will present on the project "Critical Skills in Life and Work".

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nov

30

With news about, among other things, a discussion evening on Catalonia in Ljouwert (NL), the activities of Mercator Network Partner CUSC, and less Tatar language education in Tatarstan.

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nov

27

An evening full of presentations and view-points on the current situation in Catalonia, organised by EBLT, University of Groningen and Mercator.

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nov

08

2-Day conference on Multilingualism (COM2017) hosted by the University of Groningen on cognitive and educational aspects related to bilingualism and multilingualism.

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okt

31

With news about, among other things, the recent events in Catalonia, and the LANGSCAPE conference and SOAS-CIDLeS-Mercator conferences held past month.

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okt

19

3-Day conference, hosted by CIDLeS in Alcanena, Portugal. The conference is a joint project of CiDLES, SOAS, Mercator and the FEL.

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okt

12

3-Day conference, hosted by Mercator Research Centre, in Ljouwert (NL) The conference is a product of the international Langscape Network.

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