DYLAN Closing Meeting in Brussels
The DYLAN project sought to identify the conditions under which Europe's linguistic diversity can be an asset for the development of knowledge and economy. It aimed to provide scientific backing to the concept of multilingual repertoires as resources that can be put to use in a variety of professional, political and educational contexts.
Time has now come for the Closing Meeting of the DYLAN Project.
A full day, 22 September 2011, will be dedicated to a public conference at which we will present project outcomes for discussion with representatives from business, European institutions and higher education.
Three round tables session will take place for this occasion on the following topics:
- The position of European institutions
- Business leaders'point of view
- The higher education perspective
Drinks with music will close the Project.