Participants

Partners

Five academic institutions and two non-governmental organisations from four countries of Europe collaborate in the COLING project with six partners in USA and Mexico.

 

Participants

Warsaw University, Faculty of Artes Liberales

The University of Warsaw’s Faculty of “Artes Liberales” (UW) has a special mission at the university: it is a center of interdisciplinary humanities research as well as the initiator and coordinator of interdepartmental, inter-university and international courses linked to...

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Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (AMU), and in particular its Faculty of Modern Languages and Literatures, has a well-established position and experience in studying minority languages from linguistic, sociolinguistic, ethnolinguistic, and glottopolitical perspectives, including community-based and community-oriented fieldwork in...

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University of Groningen, Campus Fryslân

University of Groningen (GRO), Department of Frisian language and Culture conducts research into the multilingual and multicultural reality of the Netherlands today. The language, politics and culture of the indigenous minority groups in Friesland are viewed as part of...

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Fryske Akademy

The Fryske Akademy (FRY) has played a leading role in the documentation, archiving and research of linguistic diversity in the Fryslan province, including the different dialects of West Frisian, Dutch, Low Saxonian and several mixed language varieties since its...

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Leiden University

Leiden University (ULEI) Centre for Indigenous America Studies is an inter-faculty collaboration between the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics and Archaeological Heritage of Indigenous Peoples, and is a research and teaching hub for innovation within research on and with...

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Gruppo di Azione Locale per lo Sviluppo Rurale dell’Area Grecanica

Gruppo di Azione Locale per lo Sviluppo Rurale dell’Area Grecanica (GAL) will primarily engage toward the development of innovative teaching methodologies in textual and digital formats. GAL’s extensive work in supporting and safeguarding the Greko minority has resulted in...

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Latgolys Studentu centrs

Latgolys Studentu centrs (Students’ Centre of Latgale, LgSC) was active between 1990 and 1994 and restarted work in 2004 with the motto “In Latgale, the sun rises”. It receives funding from the Latvian and the Norwegian states. Its aim...

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