Branch aims - To increase general awareness concerning bi/multilingualism - To encourage bi/multilingual schooling policies - To make research findings accessible to general public - To help make informed decisions on language learning and use - To promote knowledge concerning linguistic diversity in Poland and beyond - To encourage minority language maintenance - To establish links with other BM branches
30 Mar 2022
Find out about our new Bilingualism Matters social enterprise and how to get involved.
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.