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A new language and cultural centre, the Estonian Language House, opened in Tallinn on Wednesday. The aim of the centre, is to help non-native speakers of Estonian to develop their language skills as well as to get a better intro into Estonian culture, with a view to participating in it more fully.
The international conference will take place from June 27-29, 2019 in Yakutsk, Russia. The program includes a symposium, exhibitions and presentations of new publications and projects, and covers topics related to learning, development and preservation of indigenous languages and cultures. Deadline: March 1, 2019.
La ensayista Adriana Valdés asumió hoy la dirección de la Academia Chilena de Lengua, convirtiéndose en la primera mujer en tomar el liderazgo de esta institución en sus 133 años de historia, aunque aseguró que este nombramiento "no es por ser mujer, sino por ser académica".
UNESCO, in its capacity of the leading UN agency of the International Year of Indigenous Languages, will organize the Official Global Launch event of the 2019 International Year on Monday, 28 January 2019 from 15.00 p.m. to 18.00 p.m., in its Headquarters in Paris (Room II).
The National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) has released its second Gaelic language plan, acknowledging some weaknesses in implementing the previous document and outlining how it intends to position Gaelic "securely and sustainably" as part of its activities.
Minister Joly joined the co-signers of the Collaboration Agreement for the Development of Arts and Culture in the Francophone Minority Communities of Canada in announcing the renewal of the agreement for five years; she also announced funding for 16 Franco-Ontarian cultural organizations