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Babylonia

The issue 2/15 of this journal (coordinated by B. Gerber and J-F de Pietro, FREPA team members) is devoted to Pluralistic approaches to languages and cultures– see http://babylonia.ch/

International colloquium in Rabat, May 2-3 2016 

Multilingualism: Curricular Perspectives
Arabic  English  French  -  Call for papers extended until January 31st.

EDiLiC Conference, July 7-9 2016

Submission of proposals until February 15th
Organised in Györ (Hungary) by I. Lörincz, FREPA team member
Towards an inclusive, ethical and plurilingual language education

 

These pages result from a project run within the ECML's Learning through languages programme entitled "A Framework for Pluralistic Approaches to Languages and Cultures" (FREPA/CARAP).
Find out more about the project here.