The Press Office of the Greek Embassy in Warsaw participates in “European Day of Languages” events, that will take place in Warsaw (24- 29 September 2011).
Various events will be open to the public, including screenings of films, such as “The Troyan Women” directed by Michael Cacoyannis (29 September, 13.00 p.m, Russian Cultural Institute, RONIK).
A special stand promoting Greek tourism will provide information and material at the University campus of the Old Library on the 27th of September, official opening of “European Day of Languages” events, such as the international conference “Language Competences for Professional and Personal Success in Europe”, street game, language picnic, theatre workshops etc..
A demo-lesson of Greek language, in collaboration with the University of Warsaw (Departments of Greek Studies), is, also, included in the programme on the 27th September.
26 Cultural Institutes and Embassies of European countries, the European Commission (Representation in Poland), FRSE, the University of Warsaw, the Municipality of Warsaw, the Polish Ministries of Culture and Education take part in this year`s project.
For more information about the programme of “European Days of Languages 2011″: www.edj.waw.pl
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