CLIE conferences ENIEDA Panels
We regularly organise thematic discussion panels, workshops, seminars and other similar events. Please check our News section for the latest updates.
We always welcome any collaborative opportunity. If you would like to host an ENIEDA event, take part in one of our scheduled activities, suggest a collaborative avenue, etc, please do get in touch and share your thought with us by emailing us at email@example.com.
Past events – CLIE conferences:
The 1st International Conference on Linguistic and Intercultural Education (CLIE1)
Date: 27-29 November 2008 Venue and host institution: University of Alba Iulia, Romania
Special theme: Multilingualism and plurilingualism, migrants’ languages, minority languages. The conference was organised under the patronage of Mr Leonard Orban, European Commissioner for Multilingualism (2007-2010).
Date: 21-23 May 2009
Venue and host institution: University of Alba Iulia, Romania
Special theme: Linguistic and Intercultural Education in the Process of Europeanisation of Higher Education Main goals of the workshop: setting up the European Network for Intercultural Education Activities (ENIEDA) and establishing the ways of capitalizing on bilingualism and multilingualism in shaping a European identity versus preserving national, regional and ethnic identities.
The 2nd International Conference on Linguistic and Intercultural Education (CLIE2)
Date: 10-12 June 2010
Venue: Hotel Plaža, Herceg Novi, Montenegro
Host institution: Institute of Foreign Languages, University of Montenegro
Special theme: Linguistic and cultural diversity within European learning communities: cross-cultural and trans-national perspectives
CLIE2, hosted by the Institute of Foreign Languages of the University of Montenegro, remained open to linguistic and cross-cultural education-related topics broadly defined, looking more closely into the current dynamics in Europe between old and new trends, local and global tendencies, progressive and conservative views, stabilisation and destabilisation patterns, national and European identities. Even though our aim was to focus primarily on European learning communities and their culture specific identities, we welcomed participants representing other geographical and geo-political regions and their contributions as well.
International Conference Negotiating and Constructing European Identities across Languages and Cultures
Date: 29 September-1 October 2011
Venue: Hotel Srbija, Vršac, Serbia
Host institution: Teacher Training College, Vršac, Serbia
Special theme: Constructing a European identity vs. preserving local/regional/national identities and their cultural idiosyncrasies
The event was hosted and convened by the Teacher Training College Vršac, and its main ambition was to strengthen the links between the north and the south, as well as the east and the west of Europe in order to identify new collaborative and networking opportunities, both of which would inform future directions of research and development. Among the plenary speakers was Ms Maguelonne Déjeant-Pons, Head of the Cultural Heritage, Landscape and Spatial Planning Division of the Council of Europe.