European Office of Cyprus participates in the European Day of Languages 2016 in Athens
The European Office of Cyprus is one of the co-organizers of the foreign languages' competition, organized in the framework of the European Day of Languages 2016 by the EUNIC (European Union National Institutes of Culture) Office in Athens
Besides the European Office of Cyprus, the organisers and members of EUNIC Athens are: the British Council, the French Institute, the Goethe-Institut Athen, the Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Atene, the Hellenic Foundation for Culture, the ÖSD Swedish Institute at Athens, the Embassy of Austria in Athens, the Embassy of Poland in Athens, the Romanian Embassy, the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Athens, the Hungarian Embassy, the Embassy of Georgia and the House of Cyprus.
For the fourth consecutive year thirteen EUNIC Greece institutes and embassies in collaboration with the Representation of the European Commission in Greece and the support of Technopolis of the City of Athens and the City of Athens Cultural, Youth and Sport Organisation will present a multilingual festival of song, dance, storytelling and interactive games for all the family, as well as a treasure hunt with a prize draw every hour.
More specifically, any interested participant may visit: www.imera-glosson.eu and take part in the on-line treasure hunt and win a free language course in English, French, German, Italian, Swedish, Polish, Romanian or Czech! The competition will end on Sunday 18 September 2016 and the lucky winners will be announced at the European Day of Languages event on 24 September 2016, 10:00-15:00, in Technopolis of the City of Athens – Dexamenes Katharismou building.
EUNIC (European Union National Institutes of Culture) is an association of European Union national or official cultural bodies who represent their countries’ cultural and, in many cases, educational relations with other countries. The main objective of this association is to create effective partnerships and networks between the participating organisations, to improve and promote cultural diversity and understanding between European societies, and to strengthen international dialogue and co-operation within and outside Europe.
Click here to download the invitation and programme (available in Greek Language only)