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Vilnius 2022

"Language and Migration"

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Sabine Kirchmeier (ed.): Language and Migration Contributions to the EFNIL Conference 2022 in Vilnius. ISBN 978-963-9074-96-5 (Print) 978-963-9074-97-2 (PDF) Budapest: Nyelvtudományi Kutatóközpont, 2023


Introductory statements

Paulius Saudargas: Welcoming address

Albina Auksoriūtė: Welcoming address

Audrys Antanaitis: Welcoming address

Genoveva Ruiz Calavera: Opening speech

Sabine Kirchmeier: Welcome speech / Introduction

Multiculturalism and multilingualism

Tony Capstick: Language, migration and method: how to research a world on the move

Genoveva Ruiz Calavera: Multiculturalism and multilingualism: “Language, migration, and interpretation” 


The multilingual workplace

Kamilla Kraft: Language, work and migration: Multilingual workplaces as a site of study

Ina Druviete/Jānis Valdmanis: Linguistic integration of immigrants and refugees into Latvia: The status quo after 24.02.2022

Amira-Louise Ouardalitou: Languages and migration in Luxembourg: Has migration had an impact on the language situation in Luxembourg?


Migration and language learning

Leena Nissilä/Nina Reiman: Language skills and participation through language awareness and multiliteracies

Dimitris Koutsogiannis/Anastasia Rothoni/Maria Arapopoulou: Immigrant children’s language practices and their implications for language policy and teaching


Language and migration policies

Birute Klaas-Lang/Marin Mõttus/Andero Adamson: How to support the visibility of Estonia and the Estonian language in the world

Claire-Lyse Chambron/Claire Extramiana: Dealing with multilingual intercultural exchanges and migration in France and Europe

Elżbieta Sękowska: The language of Polish emigration in the world: Research methods and sources

Paweł Kamocki/Andreas Witt: Summary of the panel discussion at the 19th Annual EFNIL Conference in Vilnius

Andrii Vitrenko: Interview with the State Language Protection Commissioner of Ukraine, Dr. Taras Kremin, about the language situation in Ukraine


EFNIL Master’s Thesis Award

Chiara Ceppi: The face and voice of the SBB CFF FFS: A sociolinguistic study of multilingualism for the branding of a Swiss institution

Riccardo Bravi: Information asymmetry in conference interpreting – traces of encyclopaedic knowledge shared in the socio-professional community of Deutsche Bundesbank and Banca d’Italia



EFNIL: Member institutions


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