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07 April 22

Eurac event „Plurilingual education in Europe: sharing research and practice”

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On 6 April 2022, the research group Multilingualism and Plurilingualism of Eurac Research hosted an international online event on plurilingual education. Titled “Plurilingual education in Europe: sharing research and practice”, the event involved researchers from various European institutions including: Lorna Carson (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland), Cecilia Andorno, Paolo Della Putta and Silvia Sordella (University of Turin, Italy), Josep M. Cots Caimons (Universitat de Lleida, Spain) and Melinda Dooly (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain). Together with the team of the SMS 2.0 project of Eurac Research, the participants shared their current projects and initiatives in the field of plurilingual education, from primary schools to higher education.

The online event has been an important venue for sharing experiences and reflections on various aspects related to the promotion of plurilingualism in the educational sector, and has set the scene for increased cross-regional and cross-country exchange and collaboration.


SMS 2.0

One School, Many Languages 2.0

Duration: December 2018 - May 2022Funding: Internal funding EURAC (Project)

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