The 15th General Assembly and three Thematic Workshops took place on 28-29 November in Berlin. Click here for the outcomes!
With 15 years of policy-making history, our association brings together committed language specialists from around the European continent and beyond to support Europe's language infrastructure, improving societal and individual multilingualism and promoting quality language learning.
Filling a unique niche in Europe's language panorama, the CEL/ELC has unique contact to universities, language institutions, the Council of Europe, and the European Commission, mediating at the various levels to envisage, anticipate and adapt to the future language landscape.
Membership in the CEL/ELC grants institutions and language specialists access to a wide variety of projects and like-minded colleagues in similar language fields, and is open to all institutions of higher education and all national and international associations with a special interest in languages. Additionally, we accept applications for associate membership for individuals.
The association's permanent secretariat is at Freie Universität Berlin (DE).
Who are we?
If this is your first time visiting the CEL/ELC Website, click the link below to find out more about who we are and how you can get involved with our activities.
From projects and working groups to research and policy development, the CEL/ELC works in various fields to enrich the European linguistic landscape. Click below to get more information on our current projects and activities:
If you missed the "Rethinking Multilingualism" Forum 2012, held at the Université Libre Marie-Haps in Brussels on 30 November - 1 December 2012, head to the Archive for all of the PowerPoint presentations, or click on the link below for more information.
With over 130 members across 30 countries, we bring together language experts from diverse fields to pursue our common goals. Follow the link below to find out more about the different membership options with the CEL/ELC.