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Germany and its neighbours.© Goethe-Institut

Europe. Your Languages.
Germany and its neighbours

Looking next door - what can we learn from each other?

Germany is the country in the European Union with the most neighbouring states. Cross-border cooperation, also with partners from other cultural institutes, seems to be exemplary here. Why is it important to promote multilingualism and what role does it play in the exchange on common goals? Can Germany's cross-border perspective be seen as exemplary for other regions in the European Union? In 2020, experts from the EU institutions, from the field of language and culture as well as politicians met to discuss various aspects of multilingualism in Germany and Europe.
You can watch the recordings of the individual events here.

Events 2020

Europa. Deine Sprachen. Auftaktabend © Bernhard Ludewig

Europe. Your Languages. Opening night

Thursday, 08 October 2020
Does the promotion of multilingualism serve the idea of an even closer union of the peoples of Europe?

Europa. Deine Sprachen. ©Screenshot Europanetzwerk Deutsch

Together. Making Europe strong again

Thursday, 15 October 2020
What role do communication and language(s) play in Europe?

Kristina Cunningham: Europanetzwerk Deutsch Alumnitreffen 2018 im Kanzleramt © Kristina Cunningham

Germany. Your neighbours. Benelux.

Thursday, 22 October 2020
Cross-border cooperation as a motor for multilingual communication?

Germany. Your neighbours. France and Poland. ©Screenshot Europanetzwerk Deutsch

Germany. Your neighbours. France and Poland.

Thursday, 29 October 2020
Exchange of experiences and new ways for multilingual communication.

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