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Language Rich Europe Conclusions and Future Perspectives

Language Rich Europe Conclusions and Future Perspectives

This closing report was commissioned by the British Council to provide an overview of the European and local recommendations that came out of LRE and in the likelihood that new opportunities can be found for the further development of what has already been achieved

Languages for the Future - British Council Report

Languages for the Future - British Council Report

Which languages the UK needs most and why

November 2013

The Languages for the Future report identifies Spanish, Arabic, French, Mandarin Chinese, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Turkish and Japanese as the languages most vital to the UK over the next 20 years. They were chosen based on economic, geopolitical, cultural and educational factors including the needs of UK businesses, the UK’s overseas trade targets, diplomatic and security priorities, and prevalence on the internet.

Language Rich Europe - Quotes and promising initiatives

Language Rich Europe - Quotes and promising initiatives

 

Key Quotes and Promising Initiatives from LRE researchers in each country/region.

Language Rich Europe - Trends in Policies and Practices for Multilingualism in Europe

Language Rich Europe - Trends in Policies and Practices for Multilingualism in Europe

The first research stage, captured in this Cambridge University Press publication, offers a platform for the creation of networks and partnerships among language policy makers and practitioners in Europe.

Language Rich Europe - Trends in Policies and Practices for Multilingualism in Europe (Arabic)

Language Rich Europe - Trends in Policies and Practices for Multilingualism in Europe (Arabic)

The first research stage, captured in this Cambridge University Press publication, offers a platform for the creation of networks and partnerships among language policy makers and practitioners in Europe.

Language Rich Europe - Trends in Policies and Practices for Multilingualism in Europe (Bulgarian)

Language Rich Europe - Trends in Policies and Practices for Multilingualism in Europe (Bulgarian)

The first research stage, captured in this Cambridge University Press publication, offers a platform for the creation of networks and partnerships among language policy makers and practitioners in Europe.

Language Rich Europe - Trends in Policies and Practices for Multilingualism in Europe (Catalan)

Language Rich Europe - Trends in Policies and Practices for Multilingualism in Europe (Catalan)

The first research stage, captured in this Cambridge University Press publication, offers a platform for the creation of networks and partnerships among language policy makers and practitioners in Europe.

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

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