Greek language conference at Macquarie University gets support of two Greek ministries

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The Greek Language Institute of the Centre for Research and Innovation “TIMENOS” of the University of Western Macedonia (UoWM), the Education Office of the Greek Consulate in Johannesburg, and the Modern Greek Studies Programme of the Department of MCCALL (Media, Communication, Creative Arts, Language and Literature) of the Faculty of Arts of Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, are co-organising the 2nd Online Conference on: “Modern practices in the teaching of Greek as a second/foreign language.”

The Conference will take place online on January 27 and 28, 2024, to coincide with the celebration of World Greek Language Day and is under the auspices of the Greek Ministry of Education, Religious Affairs and Sports and the General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad and public Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

Period12 Oct 2023

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  • TitleGreek language conference at Macquarie University gets support of two Greek ministries
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe Greek Herald
    Media typeWeb
    Duration/Length/Size2min
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date12/10/23
    DescriptionThe Greek Language Institute of the Centre for Research and Innovation “TIMENOS” of the University of Western Macedonia (UoWM), the Education Office of the Greek Consulate in Johannesburg, and the Modern Greek Studies Programme of the Department of MCCALL (Media, Communication, Creative Arts, Language and Literature) of the Faculty of Arts of Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, are co-organising the 2nd Online Conference on: “Modern practices in the teaching of Greek as a second/foreign language.”
    Producer/AuthorThe Greek Herald
    URLhttps://greekherald.com.au/news/greek-language-conference-at-macquarie-university-gets-support-of-two-greek-ministries/
    PersonsPatricia Koromvokis, Eleni Griva, George Vlachos