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14/12/2012 Belgium Belgium

Journée d’études 2012 de l’ABLA – Anéla

Le multilinguisme en Belgique, aux Pays-Bas et en Europe en 2012: Acquisition, didactique et politique linguistique

13/12/2012 Thailand Thailand

Language rights, Inclusion and the Prevention of Ethnic Conflicts

The Thirteenth International Conference on Law and Language of the International Academy of Linguistic Law is a collaborative effort involving researchers from the Faculties of Law and Mass Communications at Chiang Mai University (Thailand), the International Observatory of Language Rights in Moncton (Canada), and UNESCOCAT in Barcelona (Spain). This conference is part of a series of biannual events organised through the International Academy of Linguistic Law since 1984 when it was founded as an international multidisciplinary organisation bringing together jurists, linguists, social scientists and all those worldwide interested in world linguistic diversity, as well as the relationship between law and language.

06/12/2012 United States United States

Panel Discussion on Translation & Multilingualism

In our ever-changing world, global communication across languages is becoming increasingly important, especially in border states like Arizona. Please join us for an afternoon with three international experts in translation and interpretation to discuss translation and multilingualism in Arizona and throughout the world.

06/12/2012 Singapore Singapore

The Fifth CLS International Conference CLaSIC 2012 - Culture in Foreign Language Learning: Framing and Reframing the Issue

In making the study of the role of culture in foreign language learning the theme of CLaSIC 2012, the Organizing Committee acknowledges its undoubted importance and encourages participants to actively contemplate and debate this essential issue. Through scholarly and critical interactions with a diverse range of subthemes, ranging from “culture, identity and motivation” to “intercultural language teaching” and “ethnographic approaches to language teaching,” it is hoped that a keener understanding of the multi-faceted relationship between culture and foreign language education can be achieved.

05/12/2012 Belgium Belgium

Policy Dialogue: Mobility, growth and jobs – the multilingual challenge of the Single Market

PUBLIC POLICY EVENT to promote multilingualism in the EU - in collaboration with the European Policy Centre (EPC)

05/12/2012 France France

ELA2012 - 3rd conference on early language acquisition

The third ELA conference will be held on Dec. 5-7, 2012, in Lyon, France. The main theme of the conference is early language acquisition with a focus on the role of input, in both normal and atypical development. The conference will consist of plenary lectures, paper sessions and poster sessions. The languages of the conference will be French and English. Selected conference papers, after a blind-review procedure, will be published in a journal or in an edited book.

03/12/2012 United Kingdom United Kingdom

Language Rich Europe - International conference for the British Council & National Partners

At 15:45 on December 3 this session will explore the economy, competitiveness, employability and social cohesion to understand how European countries and cities are reacting to diversity in civil society.

01/12/2012 China China

EU-China: a conference on multilingualism

The European Commission is organising, in cooperation with the Beijing Foreign Studies University, a high-level conference on multilingualism and language learning

01/12/2012 Spain Spain

9th edition of minority language song contest Liet International

On Saturday 1 December 2012 the Asturian city of Xixón (Gijón) will host the 9th edition of European minority language song contest Liet International, the one and only song contest for singers and bands who sing in a European minority language. In Asturias the song contest is hosted by the autonomous Asturian government in close collaboration with Foundation Liet International from Friesland in the Netherlands. After eight previous editions in Friesland, the Netherlands, Swedish Lapland (Sápmi), Breizh/Brittany (France) and Udine in Italy it is the first time that Liet International comes to the Iberian peninsula.

01/12/2012 Spain Spain

English as a Scientific and Research Language

The aim of the second conference of the 'English in Europe' Network is to gain a comparative understanding of the debates surrounding the role and status of English in Europe in academic and research settings.

30/11/2012 Luxembourg Luxembourg

International Symposium: Multilingualism in Higher Education - (Cross-) Disciplinary perspectives on knowledge development in bi- and trilingual programmes

At European level the Bologna process foresees a borderless and democratic European Higher Education Area. In terms of languages of instruction, universities are either maintaining their local language or introducing English, whereas the University of Luxembourg in its mission statement emphasizes the significance of multilingualism and mobility as characteristics of the European university of the future.

30/11/2012 Belgium Belgium

2012 CEL/ELC Forum: Rethinking Multilingualism: Challenges and Opportunities

The 2012 CEL/ELC Forum’s title is “Rethinking Multilingualism: Challenges and Opportunities.” Within this frame, the various sessions will examine multilingualism’s relation to a variety of themes (enumerated below) in order to conceptualize the possibilities and constraints that lie ahead for a Multilingual Europe. Projects and papers developed by the CEL/ELC’s various Special Interest Groups will be presented, and key speakers will cover some of the fundamental issues that we face, both as an organization and as stakeholders, to promote and sustain the richness of Europe’s languages in a pragmatic and contemporaneous way.

30/11/2012 France France

Congrès International : Les locuteurs et les langues : pouvoirs, non-pouvoirs et contre-pouvoirs

L’objectif de ce congrès est d’explorer la manière dont, dans des espaces sociaux diversifiés (institutions politiques, école, milieux de travail, milieux associatifs etc.), le langage (en tant que pratiques, discours et idéologie) constitue un instrument de pouvoir, de non-pouvoir et de contre-pouvoir. Ce congrès cherchera avant tout à comprendre les processus sociaux complexes qui font du langage un terrain de lutte, de consensus ou encore de construction de la différence. En effet, la diversité des langues et leur variabilité intrinsèque s’inscrivent dans de véritables processus liés à la distribution du pouvoir, qu’il soit économique, social, politique ou symbolique. À ce titre, langues et langage contribuent à structurer nos sociétés, et les individus qui la composent, dévoilant alors des tensions et des rapports de pouvoir.

28/11/2012 Netherlands Netherlands

Expert Seminar on Social Media and Lesser Used Languages

Since 2007, the Mercator Research Centre and the Basque Government have an agreement to organise a European Expert Seminar every year.  The central focus of the fifth seminar, which will be held in November 2012, will be: "Social media and its impact for lesser used languages".

Another part of the agreement is a research project on multilingualism and multilingual education, a comparative study of the Basque Autonomous Community and the province of Fryslân. This multi-annual research project is carried out by the Mercator Research Centre in collaboration with the University of the Basque Country. 

23/11/2012 Spain Spain

Empresa i multilingüisme, els reptes de la internacionalització, el turisme i la diversitat lingüística

El British Council organitza el seminari Language Rich Europe “Empresa i multilingüisme, els reptes de la internacionalització, el turisme i la diversitat lingüística” coordinat per Miquel Strubell (Director, Càtedra de Multilingüisme Linguamón-UOC) i F. Xavier Vila (Universitat de Barcelona, Centre Universitari de Sociolingüística i Comunicació).

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European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education (ECSWE) EUNIC in Brussels European Publishers Council
European Council of Artists (ECA) EUROCLIO Mercator European Network of Language Diversity Centres
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