Léargas encourages multilingualism and plurilingualism, and manages three language programmes on behalf of the European Commission and Council of Europe:
The European Day of Languages is celebrated across Europe on 26 September each year, and promotes and celebrates the diversity of languages in Europe.
The European Language Label is an award given annually to projects to recognise outstanding results in language learning or teaching.
The European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML) offers the opportunity to attend workshops or participate in projects that encourage excellence and innovation in language teaching and learning.
This year the theme of European #YouthWeek is #DemocracyAndMe. On #May4 @ATDIreland will celebrate it's 20 years' approach in Ireland: building #Democracy with some of the most marginalised & isolated young adults and make there voices heard: eventbrite.ie/e/the-big-hell… @Leargas twitter.com/ATDIreland/sta… Retweeted by Léargas
We were delighted to publish this post from SEN Teacher Liz Mulry on how her school has used #erasmusplus and #etwinning on a continuing basis to bring about change @EUErasmusPlus Thanks Liz and @EglishNs twitter.com/fitzsiobhan1/s…
Amazing Blog an the benefits of eTwinning and Erasmus + for our school. Well Done Liz! @EglishNs @AshokaCMschools @NCCAie How Erasmus+ can be a “Changemaker” - Léargas - Insight through exchange Léargas – Insight through exchange https://t.co/G1xwaLVClf— Siobhán Fitzgerald (@fitzsiobhan1) April 17, 2019