SprichWort is an international project, that get to the bottom of similarities and differences in today's use of expressions in various languages and cultures. The project is funded by the Lifelong learning Programme of the European Commission for 2 years (2008-2010).
For the first time on 4 March 2011 during the Bremer symposium, the Bremer Forschungspreis from the AKS for scientific researches about foreign language learning and teaching in Universities will be awarded.
Sat, 20/11/2010 - Sun, 21/11/2010
"How can school help our children grow up with Europe ? How can Europe give a fresh impetus to our school?" The European Association for Education in France (AEDE) is organizing a European conference in Paris on 20 and 21 November 2010 to take stock of the "concrete achievements" in the field of education in Europe.
Wed, 24/11/2010 - Fri, 26/11/2010
From 24-26 November, Educatec – Educatice is welcoming the professionals of Education at the European education trade show in the Pavillon 7.3 of the Palais des expositions in Porte de Versailles, Paris (France).
Thu, 18/11/2010 - Fri, 19/11/2010
As part of the EUNoM project the Mercator Research Centre will organise a symposium on 18-19 November 2010 in Leeuwarden (Netherlands), called "Higher Education and Research on Multilingualism: Challenge or Opportunity?"
Thu, 25/11/2010 - Fri, 26/11/2010
EAEA and NVL are organising a conference about 'The integration of non formal adult learning in National Qualification Frameworks' on 25-26 November 2010 in Brussels (Belgium).
Tue, 05/10/2010 - Sat, 19/03/2011
The association No Man's Langues organizes a competition for highschool pupils in France that will take place from 5 October 2010 to 19 March 2011. Prizes are comics worth 300 euros.
Thu, 15/11/2012 - Fri, 16/11/2012
The 5th edition of the “ICT for Language Learning” aims to promote and share good practice and transnational cooperation in the field of the application of ICT to language learning and training. The conference is also an excellent opportunity for the presentation of previous and current language learning projects funded by the European Commission and by other sources
Jean-Michel Gaillard answers to the question "Which language for Europe?", taking into consideration the history of Europe and the necessity of communication among Europeans.
Tue, 19/10/2010 - Wed, 20/10/2010
On the occasion of the XIIIe Sommet de la Francophonie de Montreux (13th summit of the Francophonie in Montreux), the organisations in charge of the linguistic policies in French Switzerland, France, Québec and the French community in Belgium, gathered into the OPALE network, are organizing a conference about "Languages and social cohesion" in Neuchâtel (Switzerland) on 19 and 20 October 2010.