31st May 2022
An informative event for Italian-speaking parents worried about the linguistic development of their bilingual children
This event is open to current and prospective members of Bilingualism Matters.
14th May 2022
An event dedicated to teachers to exchange experiences and provide ideas on how to handle and promote multilingualism in classrooms
Come and celebrate Polish Heritage Day with us!
25 & 26 October 2022
Our annual interdisciplinary research conference is online again this year, with a two-day programme packed with the latest bilingualism research. Call for abstracts open now!
Do you have questions about using Persian and other languages at home in Luxembourg? Join us at this event!
5 Apr, 2022
Assoc.-Prof. Pascale Engel de Abreu will present two intervention studies with linguistically diverse children in Luxembourg at the Slovenian national project Jeziki štejejo - Languages Matter, a project whose main goal is to determine which factors support and which hinder the creation of a supportive learning environment
30 Mar, 2022
Nessa conversa online, as palestrantes vão falar sobre a importância da língua materna, além de compartilhar materiais elaborados em Português e dicas de como criar um ambiente rico em linguagem que favorecerá o desenvolvimento da linguagem das crianças.
30 March 2022
The official launch of our new Bilingualism Matters social enterprise on 30 March 2022.
26 March 2022
Conference organized by Bilingualism Matters at the University of South Carolina in the USA on bilingual education. Registration is open.
3 February 2022
Celebrate an exciting and innovative approach to language learning at this online exhibition launch and project information session.
Talks for local community groups and schools on aspects of bilingualism and language learning.
8 - 9 December 2021
Conference on working with children from a migration background, with research conclusions and practical guidelines. In Polish.
1st December 2021
A training event dedicated to teachers for the implementation of a multilingual approach in the classrooms
29 Nov 2021
A BM member only event with UNESCO, discussing the Futures of Education Report.
24 Nov 2021
An online workshop for educators working with autistic bilingual young people and their families.
Beaucoup d’entre nous sont multilingues et se demandent comment soutenir au mieux leurs enfants dans leur parcours plurilingue. Cette séance d’information démystifie certains des mythes sur le multilinguisme et présente des principes, méthodes et stratégies pour promouvoir le multilinguisme.
18.11.2021 at 10.30 am
Guest talk by Dr. Michał Paradowski , University of Warsaw, basing on survey data from nearly 9,000 respondents from 118 countries.
18 Nov 2021
"Two sides of bilingualism: A lens to the cognitive neuroscience of language and a reflection of our social world" is the second lecture of the IAS Invited Lecture Series in Bilingualism and Multilingualism.
Vill vun eis si méisproocheg a froen sech, wéi si hir Kanner am beschte beim Sproocheléieren ënnerstëtze kënnen. Dësen Informatiounsowend analyséiert e puer vun de Mythen ronderëm Méisproochegkeet a presentéiert Prinzippien, Methoden a Strategië fir Méisproochegkeet ze fërderen.
Join us for an evening of information and interaction as we meet in person* for a presentation on the benefits of bilingualism in children and adults!
Can Luxembourg be a model for the Brussels region? Sven Gatz (Minister of Multilingualism in Belgium), Philippe Van Parijs (President of the Brussels Chair of Multilingualism), Thomas Lambert (Ambassador of Belgium in Luxembourg) and their team visit the University of Luxembourg to find out how multilingualism is promoted in education.
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. Registrations close on Sunday 24th Oct 2021.
13th July 2021
Open discussion about bilingualism dedicated to speech and language therapists
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.