European Day of Languages 26 September 2022

Events in all European countries, see:
https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/translation/edl/events-2021_en

 

Some examples:

Finland

Europa Experience EU@Ode at the library Ode in central Helsinki

Language activities. Online memory game on languages. There will be several different games and levels to choose between. For instance, the visitors should pair a greeting in a foreign language with the right flag, such as “Hola” and the Spanish flag.
“I love languages, because…”

 


France

Virtual event

Competition/ Quiz. Sixth edition of the multilingual dictation organised each year by the Representation in France: online dictation in six languages (English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch) about a topic interesting the EU, filmed in a setting related to languages. Participating classes receive diplomas for every participating student and goodies for the ten best students in each class.

 


Germany

Europa-Galerie shopping mall Saarbrücken

physical event. We would like to bring the EU closer to the public, offer publications in multiple languages, inform interested visitors about job opportunities at the EU and promote language learning. At the same time, language institutes and adult education centres will offer suitable courses.

 


Hungary

National Library of Foreign Literature (Reading Hall)

A literary translation workshop and the award ceremony of a literary translation competition co-organised by the Library and DGT/ A literary translation workshop with the participation of 3 eminent Hungarian literary translators in the grand Reading Hall of the Library between 13.00 and 16.00 on 25 September 2021. The three renowned literary translators would translate a shorter poem by a contemporary Romanian poet on the spot. The workshop would be followed by the award ceremony of a literary translation competition the Library is planning to launch together with DGT for young literary translators. In the course of the competition, which is to be announced in May, the competitors would have to translate a poem by the same contemporary Romanian poet into Hungarian

 

Events in all European countries, see:
https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/translation/edl/events-2021_en