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AThEME is a 5-year collaborative research project studying multilingualism in Europe. Researchers from 17 partner institutions across 8 European countries will (1) investigate cognitive, linguistic and sociological issues in multilingual Europe, (2) assess existing public policies and practices within the areas of education and health and (3) to contribute to evidence-based policy making. The project aims to raise awareness of multilingualism among policy makers, health professionals, academics and educators.

RESEARCH THEMES

REGIONAL LANGUAGES

We aim to provide strong arguments for regarding regional minority languages as a rich resource that provide opportunities for multilingualism, and therefore for enhancing their status and their prospect of survival over time. Read more ►

HERITAGE LANGUAGES

We focus on Heritage Language speakers in the EU, aiming to understand how to help these speakers maintain their Heritage Language and reach proficient bilingualism. Read more ►

COMMUNICATIVE IMPAIRMENT

We aim to address the complex issues associated with multilingualism in acquired communicative disorders (usually associated with adults) and developmental communicative disorders (usually associated with children). Read more ►

BEING MULTILINGUAL

We aim to investigate and advance the knowledge base on the various factors that contribute to successful multilinguals, as well as understanding what it means to be multilingual. Read more ►

DISSEMINATION

AThEME project findings will be disseminated and communicated through publications, articles, policy briefs, workshops and local events in participating countries. Read more ►

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Summer 2016 Issue of the AThEME Newsletter is Out Now!

During previous six months, AThEME researchers and dissemination partners have been very busy. Read all about our latest research results, publications, interviews and events in the Summer issue of the AThEME e-newsletter. Read more ►

NEWSLETTER

Keep up to date with our AThEME e-newsletter! The AThEME e-newsletter comes out twice yearly. For previous editions please visit the Dissemination page. To subscribe to the newsletter, please enter your details here.

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