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Language Policy

The Language Observatory considers itself as a platform for language learners, teachers, the civil society, social and public services and policy makers to discuss multilingualism policies, best practice and exchange ideas. has collected examples of best practice in multilingualism and worked out a series of policy recommendations for the implementation of a successful European multilingualism policy. 

The best practice examples in this section are the concrete expression of multilingual experiences and supposed to be an inspiration to policy makers to create favourable conditions for multilingualism projects and initiatives.

Another objective of the Language Observatory is to provide policy makers with sound information on multilingualism, its importance for a diverse and united Europe as well as ways to promote and encourage multilingualism at grass-roots level.





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European Federation of National Institutions for Language European Coordination of Independent Producers (CEPI) Federal Union of European Nationalities
EEE-YFU Literature Across frontiers European Council of Artists (ECA)
European Council of Literary Translators' Associations Eurolang Federation of European Publishers
EUNIC in Brussels European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE) European Publishers Council
Culturelink EUROCLIO European Federation for Intercultural Learning
European Association for Terminology FundaciĆ³n Academia Europea de Yuste Club de Madrid
Mercator European Network of Language Diversity Centres CMFE (Community Media Forum Europe) European Theatre Convention
European Forum of Vocational Education and Training Europa Esperanto Unio - EEU RECIT
Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT) European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA) ALTE

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