No Island is an Island – Outcomes

The conference “No Island is an Island – European perspectives on language learning in Britain” brought together 150 representatives from the UK government, the European Commission, UK business and teaching, a number of representatives of European countries ready to share their experience, representatives of language projects in the UK, a French multilingual theatre group, and members of the press for a series of presentations, analyses and in-depth discussions of the issues. All sessions were recorded on video in the original, and links to the sessions can be found below the links to the programme for the conference and the speaker bios.

Speaker biographies: http://language-show-london.teamwork.fr/en/speakerexternal link

Morning session part 1 and 2:
http://youtu.be/mBKMTqnqFD0external link
http://youtu.be/v0UW5pzqFbgexternal link

4 Projects:
http://youtu.be/umTL2neP8t8external link

Afternoon session part 1 and 2:
http://youtu.be/NqpktPXpA_oexternal link
http://youtu.be/OyXUe5D0kB0external link

Afternoon session 2:
Lid King and Baroness Blackstone and closing by Rosie Goldsmith
http://youtu.be/IVXyCYFbstoexternal link

Closing address by Marco Benedetti:
http://youtu.be/HkUFLmfYxK0external link

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