Agenda overview

21 September 26 September

Óró, Galway 2020

Óró.. is a live theatrical experience, fusing contemporary dance, theatre, music, poetry and visual art to tell a story about language, identity and survival.

Óró.. will interrogate how we must re-imagine our society post Covid-19 to ensure our continued existence on this planet, not just physically and economically, but also culturally.

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24 March 26 March

XVIII InternationalConference on Minority Languages

The 18th International Conference on Minority Languages, to be held in Bilbao (Basque Country) from 24th to 26th March 2021, is organized by the NOR Research Group at the University of the Basque Country. It will deal with the subject of minority or small languages and minority speakers all over the world. It aims to create a dialogue among disciplines by asking how minority languages are facing those challenging new multilingual and multicultural circumstances, and how minority speakers are negotiating and reinventing minority linguistic resources in moving locally and globally.

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15 August 20 August

AILA 2020 Conference

Language and education are an inextricable pair, yet for regional languages this is not as obvious as for national languages. Recent studies point to the decline of language use of regional languages, although ample evidence is provided of the advantages of multilingual education at home and in school, also when it concerns a standard language combined with a regional or minority language.

At AILA 2020 in Groningen, the Netherlands, this theme brings together case studies on regional language(s) in education, in order to learn of the do’s and don’ts to create support from governmental and educational authorities and civilians, to raise funding and to apply educational programs of high quality for regional languages.

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