25 & 26 October 2021
Our annual interdisciplinary research conference is online again this year, with a two-day programme packed with the latest bilingualism research. The call for papers is now closed and registration will open end of July.
September 24-25, 2021
PALA (Processability Approaches to Language Acquisition) is an international symposium held yearly at different universities around the world. The symposium focuses on research and developments related to processability approaches to language acquisition, particularly second language acquisition and bilingualism/multilingualism research, empirical issues and practical applications.
Find out about upcoming public events that BM Edinburgh members will be part of over Summer/Autumn 2021.
18 June 2021
Bilingualism Matters Edinburgh members and collaborators discuss projects and research findings, and reveal exciting new plans for the future.
17 June 2021
Special podcast episode as part of Refugee Festival Scotland, interviewing University of Edinburgh rector, Debora Kayembe.
Tuesday, 29 June from 12:00 to 13:00
Prof. Claudine Kirsch, Associate Professor in languages at the University of Luxembourg will talk about myths on multilingualism, her research studies in formal and non-formal education, and the Bilingualism Matters branch in Luxembourg.
May 25, 8-9pm CEST
Do you ever wonder HOW to raise your children with more than one language? Then join us in our online meeting with Eowyn Crisfield, author of 'Bilingual Families: A Practical Language Planning Guide'.
Tue 20th April 2021, 4.30pm
Webinar for UK clinicians and practitioners working with autistic bilingual people and their families, with talks on current research from experts in the field.
21st February and 6th March 2021
Q&A for bilingual children's parents
9 experts on multilingualism congratulate to the launch of BM Luxembourg branch
The Minister of national Education, Early Childhood and Youth of Luxembourg
21 February 2021
On the International Mother Language Day (21 February 2021), the MultiMind team together with different Bilingualism Matters branches are organising interactive online events on "Multilingualism: myths, facts, research, and stories".
20 Jan, 2021
From 27th to 28th November 2020
Bilingualism, a world to discover!
Find out what events are on with Bilingualism Matters members around the world.
21 Oct, 2020
5 Apr, 2020