In Brussels, learning languages
is even more important than elsewhere,
but it should also be less difficult,
providing we know how to go about it
and take pleasure in helping each other.

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The Marnix Plan for a multilingual Brussels

is a bottom-up collective effort
to promote the learning of several languages
among all layers of the Brussels population .
It gives priority to French, Dutch and English,
while encouraging the transmission of all native languages.

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27 August 2016

Like last year, the Marnix Plan is associated with one of the workshops of the Brussels Summer (...)

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9 August 2016

The Huis van het Nederlands (House of Dutch) launches a pilot project to make the Dutch (...)

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20 April 2016

The Language Technology Industry Summit will hold its annual gathering on the 17th and 18th May (...)

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16 February 2016

International Mother Language Day has been celebrated every year since February 2000 to promote (...)

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16 February 2016

Parlez-vous Saint Gillois? Spreekt U Sint-Gillis? is a project about the spoken language in (...)

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