What is FIPLV?
The Fédération Internationale des Professeurs de Langues Vivantes, founded in Paris in 1931, is the only international multilingual association of teachers of languages. It has Non-governmental Organisation (NGO) ‘official partner’ status with UNESCO and has representation as an NGO with the Council of Europe. More about FIPLV here. For information about what membership of FIPLV brings you, please see below (after the news from our member association ALL).
See here for information on submitting proposals: DEADLINE January 12th 2018
ALL – the UK Association for Language Learning – publishes Languages Today three times a year. Due to popular demand from international audiences, it has now introduced the Languages Today online edition, which enables ALL to provide its highly valued publication via a more timely and cost effective delivery mechanism, particularly for those located outside of the UK. When you purchase this product you will be sent a PDF to download which contains a link to the online edition. For further information, click on the image above.
What FIPLV shares with you:
□ Support with promoting language learning
□ Contact with associations all over the world
□ Ideas for managing a language teacher association
□ Information about other language organisations
□ Open discussion among members (Forum)
□ Engagement in projects
□ Information about publications
□ Documents on language policy
And, of course, all our latest news!
On FIPLV : A Poetic reflection
by Francisco Gomes de Matos, Recife,Brazil. President of the Board,ABA Global Education
In FIPLV interest in world languages we see
In FIPLV, multilingualism in action we see
In FIPLV languages-cultures are bridges between you and me
In FIPLV a commitment to Peaceful Language use we see
For FIPLV professionally to advance
The transdisciplinary preparation of language teachers may FIPLV enhance
The World Congress in Niagara Falls, organized jointly by the International Modern Language Teachers’ Federation (FIPLV), the Ontario Modern Language Teachers’ Association (OMLTA) and the Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers (CASLT), was a great success, with over 1200 participants.
Follow the link below to see photos as well as some presentations on the CASLT website: https://www.caslt.org/what-we-do/what-we-do-wcml-cmlv-2015_en.php