Events of the European Day of Languages

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City-wide programme of events

 Language Day, 23 Sep 2016 - 29 Sep 2016, Leeds, United Kingdom

As Leeds is bidding to become European Capital of Culture 2023, the European Day of Languages 2016 will be celebrated by well over 40 organisations all across the city. In a city with over 170 languages spoken, diversity is a strong theme and so the programme addresses all interest groups.

Venue: Leeds (Show On Map)
Target groups:   Adults (in general) Business and commerce Language learners Researchers Pupils Children Language teachers Students Language experts General public Young people (in general) Media Participants in adult education programmes Policy deciders/politicians at national Parents Tourism

Organizer: Leeds2023 and many partners
Address: Civic Hall, LS1 1UR, Leeds, United Kingdom
Contact Name: Kristina Assmann-Gramberg
Website: https://celebrate.leeds-2023.co.uk/

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Vote for this year’s most innovative event!  

To add a further element of spice to the Day, anyone visiting the website can vote for what they regard as the most innovative EDL event. This can be due to its creativity, transferability or just because it truly represents the spirit of the Day. Voting will be open for one month, from 20 September – 20 October, with the winner to be announced in December. There will be a small prize for the organizer of the event which receives the most votes.

 
2019's 'most innovative event' is
Fotbañol/ Jugar al fútbol y aprender español”!

The event received 1000+ votes and was organised by Colegiul Național "Ștefan cel Mare".

Congratulations to the winners!

We were most impressed by the creativity and great effort which went into organising the events submitted and would like to thank all organisers of EDL events in 2019.