An overview of our past activities

feb

15

Research report, commissioned by the European Parliament, containing an in-depth comparative analysis of thirteen in European minority language case studies with regards to education. Specific attention is directed to best practices, vocational education, career perspectives, and recommendations on how the EU can support minority languages in education.

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dec

13

Thesis concerning the regulation of Frisian public media services in regards to the commitments made by the Netherlands via two instruments: the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities and the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages.

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feb

01

(in Dutch). Report commissioned by the Province of Fryslân to critically appraise the earlier TaalUnie report Nederlands op z'n BESt. It offers a different perspective on the position of the Dutch language in education on Bonaire.

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jan

01

January 2016: discussion paper that provides a list of initiatives that currently share online their knowledge on minority languages.

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nov

01

Report describing the use of written Frisian on social media by the Frisian population in the Netherlands.

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jun

01

This report explores chances for and expected consequences of inclusion of Bildts in the European Charter for Regional and Minority Languages. It Bildts is a minority language spoken in the Northwestern part of the province of Fryslân in the Netherlands with some 6,000 native speakers.

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apr

01

Report about the use on social media of the Frisian language by Frisian teenagers in the Netherlands.

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jan

01

This report focuses on English language teaching in school, and English outside of school (exposure to English and English language use). It is one of the six reports resulting from the joint project of the Fryske Akademy and the University of the Basque Country: "The added value of multilingualism and multilingual education". It

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nov

01

This reports discusses teachers in the multilingual classroom in primary education. This is one of the six reports resulting from the joint project of the Fryske Akademy and the University of the Basque Country: "The added value of multilingualism and multilingual education".

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