#1 ECCA Report

January 2020

Tags: Education, European,  Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, school activities, youth

Authorship: Elija Lutze, Universitat Jaume I / Xarxa Vives d’Universitats (Vives Universities Network)

The author briefly addresses the issue of linguistic diversity and then explores some of the characteristics of the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, the most important legal instrument for the protection and promotion of linguistic diversity in Europe. Finally, he explains the contents and objectives of the European Charter Classroom Activities (ECCA) project, which brings the principles of the Charter into the classroom.

The ECCA project is granted by NPLD and developed by the following partners: Comun General de Fascia (Province of Trento, Italy), as leading partner, Province of Friesland (Friesland, The Netherlands), ARLeF (Friuli, Italy), Afûk (Friesland, The Netherlands), University of Udine-CIRF (Friuli, Italy), Vives Universities Network (Valencia, Spain) and Partium Christian University (Oradea, Romania).

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