Thursday 23 Afternoon

15:00-16:00: Picking-up of accreditations and material

16:00-16:30: Conference opening session by the Nebrija University academic authorities and the institutional representatives of the six language communities

16:30-18:15: Round Table: Language Policy and Plurilingualism

With the participation of an institutional representative of the six language communities present in the Conference

18:15-18:45: Coffee break

18:45-19:45: Presentations & workshops

Parallel sessions at each language panel

Friday 24 Morning

09:30-11:30: Presentations & workshops

Parallel sessions at each language panel

11:30-12:00: Coffee break

12:00-13:00: Master lectures (Parallel sessions)

 David Lasagabaster (Universidad del País vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea): Eleaniztasunerako bidea Euskadin/  El camino hacia el multilingüismo en Euskadi 

 Maria Helena Araújo de Sa (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal): “É o feitiço das línguas... e das culturas“: mobilidade virtual e aproximação às línguas em plataformas de formação à intercompreensão em linguas românicas/ "Es el hechizo de las lenguas... y  de las culturas": la movilidad virtual y el enfoque de las lenguas en el entendimiento mutuo para la formación de plataformas en las lenguas romances.? 

13:00-14:00: Presentations (Spanish panel) & posters

14:00-15:30: Lunch

Friday 24 Afternoon

15:30-16:30: Publishers presentations and workshops on didactic material (simultaneous)  

16:30-17:30: Presentations & workshops

Parallel sessions at each language panel

17:30-18:00: Coffee break

18:00-19:00: Presentations & workshops

Parallel sessions at each language panel

Saturday 25 Morning

09:30-11:30: Presentations & workshops

Parallel sessions at each language panel

11:30-12:00: Coffee break

12:00-13:30: Round Table. Round Table. Interculturality and language integration

13:30-: Conference closing and granting of certificates

----: Exhibition "The road to German unity"

We thank the German Embassy in Madrid for having offered this monographic exhibition of over 150 photographs and facsimiles which illustrates how the issue of German reunification was unexpectedly introduced on the national and international policy agenda during the Peaceful Revolution that took place in the GDR. We are pleased to announce that this exhibition will be open in the library of the University during the congress.