EU: recommendations on multilingualism

EU: recommendations on multilingualism

The High Level Group on Multilingualism transmitted to Commissioner Orban its final report with recommendations to the Commission for actions in the field of multilingualism, which concentrates on several areas: raising awareness and enhancing motivation on language learning; the potential of the media in evoking, enhancing and sustaining motivation for language learning; languages for business; interpretation and translation – new trends and needs; regional or minority languages; research into multilingualism.

The Group, comprising 11 experts from across Europe, which was set up in response to the 2005 Communication “A new framework strategy for multilingualism”, was given the remit to ‘provide support and advice in developing initiatives, as well as fresh impetus and ideas for a comprehensive approach to multilingualism in the European Union’.

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Katia Reed

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