On 26th – 28th of September 2012, in Mariehamn, Finland, the Åland Islands Peace Institute will arrange a conference within the project European Language Diversity for All (ELDIA), an interdisciplinary research project for reconceptualizing, promoting and re-evaluating individual and societal multilingualism. The ELDIA-project is funded by the 7th Framework Programme for Research of the European Union.
In connection with the ELDIA-conference, an open conference will be organized on Thursday 27th of September. The open conference is aimed at researchers and others interested in languages, language policies, language regulations, language education and the changing roles and functions of languages within
and between states and ethnic groups. Proposals are invited for papers to be presented at workshops.
Download the call for papers here.