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European Federation of National Institutions for Language

All the member states of the European Union have institutions whose role includes monitoring the official language or languages of their country, advising on language use, or developing language policy.


The European Federation of National Institutions for Language provides a forum for these institutions to exchange information about their work and to gather and publish information about language use and language policy within the European Union.


In addition, the Federation encourages the study of the official European languages and a coordinated approach towards mother-tongue and foreign-language learning, as a means of promoting linguistic and cultural diversity within the European Union.


The Federation was founded by the General Assembly of its member institutions in Stockholm on 14 October 2003 (see Constitution).

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