Association 1901 - French-based association
promoting languages to help live harmoniously together
we defend the right to use the mother tongue
A little history:
Multilingual Café started in Ireland. It started with a small group of people meeting to talk about languages in 2010. It grew rapidly. The idea of Isabelle Barth, our founder, was to help families in the choices they are making in the bilingual and plurilingual education of their children.She started a blog: Multilingual Café - https://cafemultilingue.blogspot.com known by many.
We decided to have a more formal entity and moved Multilingual Café to France and set it up as a non-profit association, according the French law of 1901. The statutes were approved by the authorities in August 2018.
Our work is mostly for:
Multilingual Café offers various workshops, advice, trainings for adults and any body in the education world.
Did you find what you are looking for, if so or if not, please to not hesitate to get in touch.
Whether you are a primary school teacher, a teacher in a secondary school, an educator, a carer, a doctor, a health professional... and you are working with bilingual or plurilingual families, Multilingual Café must have some trainings suiting your needs, so that you can help better those children and their families. We can help you understand their challenges and help you learning how you can help, and help you create the tools you need for them.
If you wish to meet and as question, get in touch here.
Having the right tools to help the development of bilingualism among children or to help teenagers and adults develop their knowledge in languages is important.
Just have a look at what we have for you.
Multilingual Café started a first blog in 2010.
It is still on line and we keep writing articles in various languages. They are published regularly
Have a look at it:
"un enfant autochtone ou appartenant à une de ces minorités ne peut être privé du droit d’avoir sa propre vie culturelle, de professer et de pratiquer sa propre religion ou d’employer sa propre langue en commun avec les autres membres de son groupe" -
article 30 de la Convention Internationale des Droits de l'Enfant - 20 novembre 1989 - ratifiée par 195 nations
Multilingual Café - Association sans but lucratif 1901 - 59 193 Erquinghem-Lys
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