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October 23, 2021

ICR Brussels promotes Romanian language in Europe

The Romanian Cultural Institute (ICR) in Brussels, in partnership with other cultural institutes that are EUNIC members, on September 20, at the headquarters of the Cervantes Institute in Brussels, organizes a colloquium and a debate on promoting multilingualism in Europe. The role of the new technologies in teaching and learning foreign languages as well as the dialogue with European institutions in order to develop the optimum strategies for creating a multilingual Europe will be the main subjects of the above-mentioned event, informs a press release.
Experts in teaching foreign languages, managers and teachers of the national cultural institutes and representatives of European institutions will attend. The experts will debate the advantages and limits of the new methods for teaching foreign languages (online platforms, flexi courses, smartphone applications) and the decisive role of the national cultural institutes in this field. The EUNIC network, through its members (the Alliance française, the British Council, the Goethe-Institut, ICR, the Italian Cultural Institute, the Instituto Camoes, the Instituto Cervantes) is the largest provider of foreign language courses the world over, boasting a more than one-century long experience.
Robert Adam, manager of ICR in Brussels, will give a lecture on the role of the network of national cultural institutes (EUNIC) in promoting multilingualism. The active participation in this event is part of the ICR strategy for promoting the Romanian language in Europe, together with the Romanian language courses for foreigners and the campaign meant to promote them in the common transportation in Brussels.

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