At its 24th meeting on 23 October the Governing Board of the European Centre for Modern Languages unanimously adopted the Centre’s 2016-19 programme entitled “Languages at the heart of learning” and acknowledged the importance of this new programme in addressing major challenges in language education in member states.
The programme is structured around three key work strands: Development, Training and Consultancy, and Mediation which together form a cohesive, yet dynamic whole. The development strand encompasses both projects and think tanks. Whilst this strand constitutes the predetermined element of content development within the programme, a large degree of flexibility is offered through the Training and Consultancy and Mediation strands, whose exact composition which will be determined by member states on an annual basis.
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