Join us for this year's annual event on the theme of "A Year of Change". Our members and collaborators will discuss projects and research findings, and reveal exciting new plans for the future.

Speakers include:

  • Prof Antonella Sorace, Founding Director of Bilingualism Matters, University of Edinburgh
  • Lisa Hanna, Depute Director of SCILT (Scotland’s National Centre for Languages)
  • Dr Vicky Chondrogianni, Bilingualism Matters Edinburgh Programme Director, University of Edinburgh
  • Dr Katarzyna Przybycien, Research & Outreach Co-ordinator, Bilingualism Matters at the University of Edinburgh
  • The Much Language Such Talk podcast team

Plus two discussions sessions: our BM Edinburgh volunteers on the public engagement projects they've worked on over the last year; and on working in partnership with the new Bilingualism Matters.

Click here for the draft programme with more details on the speakers, their talks and the discussion sessions.

Registration is free and open to anyone interested in bilingualism and language learning, particularly in the Scottish context. We endeavour to use non-technical language to make the discussions accessible to a general audience. The main talks will be recorded and available after the event with BSL interpretation and captions.Join us for this year's annual event on the theme of "A Year of Change". he draft programme is coming soon. Confirmed speakers include:

  • Prof Antonella Sorace, Founding Director of Bilingualism Matters, University of Edinburgh
  • Lisa Hanna, Depute Director of SCILT (Scotland’s National Centre for Languages)
  • Dr Vicky Chondrogianni, Bilingualism Matters Edinburgh Programme Director
  • Dr Katarzyna Przybycien, Research & Outreach Co-ordinator, Bilingualism Matters Edinburgh
  • The Much Language Such Talk podcast team

Registration is free and open to anyone interested in bilingualism and language learning, particularly in the Scottish context. We endeavour to use non-technical language to make the discussions accessible to a general audience. The main talks will be recorded and available after the event with BSL interpretation and captions.