Special thanks to JACLOU-DL. Source by Pixabay. cat, pussy, puss

European Day of Languages

European Day of Languages > Home
At the Council of Europe's initiative, the European Day of Languages has been celebrated every year since 2001 on 26 September - together with the European ...
European Day of Languages - Wikipedia
The European Day of Languages is observed 26 September, as proclaimed by the Council of Europe on 6 December 2001, at the end of the European Year of ...
26 September - European Day of Languages
Sep 26, 2020 — The European Day of Languages (EDL) was first celebrated in 2001 during the European Year of Languages. At the end of this campaign the Council of Europe's Committee of Ministers decided to make EDL an annual event, to be celebrated each 26 September.
26 September: The European Day of Languages - Newsroom
Sep 25, 2020 — 26 September: The European Day of Languages · raise awareness of the importance of language learning in order to increase plurilingualism ...
Celebrating the European Day of Languages with 10 fun facts ...
Sep 22, 2020 — Celebrating the European Day of Languages with 10 fun facts · There are about 225 indigenous languages in Europe · Over half of EU citizens are ...
European Day of Languages 2020: facts and ideas to ...
Sep 21, 2020 — The European Day of Languages, as its name suggests, is a celebration of European languages held on 26th September every year since 2002.