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Get involved in the ECML programme 2020-2023, “Inspiring innovation in language education: changing contexts, evolving competences”

Are you passionate about languages and currently active in the field of language education, perhaps as a teacher, teacher educator, inspector, researcher and/or curriculum or materials writer? Are you convinced of the important role of language education in building a better Europe, one founded on democracy, social justice and social cohesion, where all young people have access to quality education? Do you have creative, innovative ideas on how to improve and promote language learning and teaching? Perhaps you already have professional experience of development projects, at regional or national level and would like to develop your competences further through international networking?

If you work or live in an ECML member state and would like to share and enrich your ideas through European collaboration, then read the ECML Call for Proposals and apply to be a coordinator or team member in a thematic project.  Applications are accepted online until 22 April 2019. Read all the details and get the application form on the ECML website.

The ECML would particularly like to encourage younger professionals to take part in what is a truly intercultural experience, one where you can benefit from this unique European platform to negotiate, communicate and publish your innovative ideas and make a genuine contribution towards influencing language education in Europe.

Language professionals from around Europe can also apply to take part in an ECML thematic Workshop. See details of upcoming opportunities on our ECML workshops page.

The ECML also offers six-month traineeships in their offices. There are usually two traineeship rounds a year; see the details on the ECML website.

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