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In this section we provide you with key documents in the field of Multilingualism dealing with Language Policies and Language Research.

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Babel No More: The Search for the World's Most Extraordinary Language Learners

Babel No More: The Search for the World's Most Extraordinary Language Learners

Source: Free Press

Year: 2012

Author: Michael Erard

ISBN: 978-1451628258

l-aċċent — Maltese language magazine

l-aċċent — Maltese language magazine

Source: European Commission

1st Issue: December 2009

Co brzmi w trzcinie? - Polish language magazine

Co brzmi w trzcinie? - Polish language magazine

Source: European Commission

1st Issue: May 2004

a folha - Portuguese language magazine

a folha - Portuguese language magazine

Source: European Commission

16th Issue: Spring 2004

Educa-Langues-Enfants

Educa-Langues-Enfants

Educa-Langues-Enfants is a French portal for parents and teachers which offers resources for early language teaching, especially for children aged 3 to 11. It offers teaching material for several languages including English, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese but also Russian, Arabic, Japanese and Chinese.  The website also shows videos, offers tips for language study trips and bilingual kindergarten.  The shop section has a wide range of teaching material including DVDs, books and other game sets.

Contact: Laurence Couasnon (Founder) laurence.couasnon@educa-langues-enfants.com

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Languages Without Limits

Languages Without Limits

Languages without Limits is a non-profit website which aims to support language teachers in their efforts to make effective provision for learners of all abilities. It takes as its starting point the conviction that second language learning is a gateway to significant personal benefits, that everyone can benefit, and that no-one should be excluded. It takes as its starting point the conviction that second language learning is a gateway to significant personal benefits, that everyone can benefit, and that no-one should be excluded. It looks at how to ensure that everyone can be included effectively and how the needs of learners who may require enhanced support can be achieved without ignoring the needs of the rest. The website contains: original content provided by the contributors, downloads, external resources and links to other websites.

Contact: Hilary McColl (founder) h.mccoll@clara.co.uk 

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Speaky Planet

Speaky Planet

Speaky Planet is a French website for children who want to learn English in a fun way. Their motto is "Deviens bilingue en jouant"! The website is entirely designed and user-friendly, and it offers a large panel of language games of various types. Thanks to the thematic approach, children can play and learn more about different subjects.

Contact: Franck Fievet (director and co-founder) +33 2 53 20 08 82

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

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