MULTILINGUAL CITIES: Luxembourg

paul& i_soas

Paul Schonenberg (AMCHAM Luxembourg) and Natalia Durus (AMCHAM Luxembourg & INALCO Paris) contributed with their Luxembourgish experience on business and multilingualism at the conference:

Multilingual and Multicultural Communication (17th June 2013)

Venue: SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London), Rm 211, Vernon Sq, Penton Rise, London WC1X 9EW (organized by Howard Giles, UCSB & Itesh Sachdev, SOAS)

We find Luxembourg mentioned in the LETPP project (Languages in Europe: Theory, Policy, Practice). “After Luxembourg Utrecht is the second multilingual hotspot in Europa.”, note followed by the question “How can we make our city an interesting European laboratory in a globalizing world?” (http://www.letpp.eu/project-description) The LETPP project is continued by the LUCIDE project (Languages in Urban Communities, Integration and Diversity for Europe): http://www.urbanlanguages.eu/

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