Bilingualism Matters branches and members give public talks and take part in events all over the world. Many of these events are aimed at parents, educators and members of the general public, to give people the information they need to make decisions about languages in their owns lives and in the lives of people they work with. Bilingualism Matters branches also host and participate in academic events sharing the latest research on bilingualism.

See the full list of events from Bilingualism Matters members at this link.

You can also visit the individual page of the Bilingualism Matters branch page closest to you to find events in your local area - find them on the BM network page.