Information about the ECML
ECML information brochure: English - French
ECML fact sheets (2008-2011): they present the mission and the structure of the ECML, the Centre's programme of activities 2008-2011, its publication series, the services provided and how to benefit from its activities.
Compendium on cultural policies and trends in Europe
Initiated by the Council of Europe and the European Institute for Comparative Cultural Research (ERICarts) the Compendium is a web-based and permanently updated information and monitoring system of national cultural policies in Europe. Information is provided for 42 countries – Quick Facts, Cultural Policy Profiles, Compendium Grid in 26 national languages, Profiles of National Experts.
Transversal themes focus on Cultural access & participation, Cultural rights and ethics, Cultural diversity, Intercultural dialogue (including the Intercultural Cities Index), Status of artists, International cultural co-operation and mobility.
Two sections provide reports on national language issues and policies (section 4.2.5) and national language laws (section 5.1.9).
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
Russian version: Загальноєвропейськi Рекомендацiï з мовноï освiти: вивчення, викладання, оцiнювання. Moscow State Linguistic University / Université linguistique d'Etat de Moscou
Euromosaic study: Support from the European Commission for measures to promote and safeguard regional or minority languages and cultures.
National relay for the European Day of Languages (EDL)
The function of a national EDL Relay is to act as a multiplier for organisations, schools and associations, circulating:
- information communicated by the Council of Europe (for example the press release of the Council on the Day, which the Relays are invited to translate into national/local languages, updates on the website);
- promotional materials - posters, stickers etc. provided by the Council of Europe every year in significant quantities for event organisers.
Russian Federation and the Council of Europe in brief