On the basis of the lectures held during the SemLang Summer University organised in 2009, the participating experts have now published a series of articles about "Education and professional development of language teachers in Europe", which are available in the online journal ForumSprache.
Wed, 07/09/2011 - Sat, 10/09/2011
The International Federation of French Teachers (Fédération internationale des professeurs de français) FIPF is organising its second European congress 'Towards a Multilingual Education with French in Europe - from Diversity to Synergy'. It will take place in Prague (Czech Republic) from 8-10 September 2011.
Thu, 07/07/2011 - Sat, 09/07/2011
The Language World 2011 conference and exhibition will take place at Imperial College, London (UK) from 7-9 July 2011. This year’s theme is ALL together!
Together with English and Italian language teacher volunteers throughout the TLG programme, the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia is inviting native German language teacher volunteers to foster the development of foreign language learning in Georgian public schools.
The Centre of the Republic of Slovenia for Mobility and European Educational and Training Programmes (CMEPIUS) is a public institution working in the field of international projects and international mobility.
Tue, 05/07/2011 - Sat, 09/07/2011
The 9th International Conference on Comparative Education and Teacher Training organized by the Bulgarian Comparative Education Society will be held in Sofia (Bulgaria) on 5-9 July 2011.
Mon, 20/06/2011 - Tue, 21/06/2011
The EUNoM Network (European Universities Network on Multilingualism), co-funded by the European Union through the Lifelong Learning Programme, and the University of Primorska (Slovenia) are organising the international EUNoM symposium 'Managing multilingual and multiethnic societies and institution' in Capodistria (Slovenia) on 20-21 June 2011.
This video was produced by the UNESCO Liaison Office in New York in 2010, on the occasion of the International Mother Language Day, to raise awareness on the importance on languages today.
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) has revolutionised the way we think about languages in Europe. Despite this much remains to be done to put its ideas into practice. Interested in finding out new ways to use it ? Want to have your say on how it could be better used ? Then join us for our August seminar in Grenoble.
Mon, 22/08/2011 - Wed, 24/08/2011
The Conference on multilingualism in the Nordic countries 'Four or more languages for all - Language policy challenges of the future' will take place in the Faroe Islands (Denmark) on 22 - 24 August 2011.