Established in 1996, the Manchester branch is one of the Society’s many branches around the world.
The Society’s headquarters are in Rome, and its mission is to promote the Italian language and Italian culture abroad.
The Manchester branch does not have its own premises. Membership is open to both Italians and non-Italians, and members and supporters enjoy a wide programme of events throughout the year.
Members and non-members alike are welcome to attend.
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(Members and non-members alike are welcome to attend, unless specified otherwise)
Friday 25th September 2020 – from 5PM
Società Dante Alighieri Manchester, Instituto Cervantes Manchester and Alliance Francaise Manchester present:
EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES 2020
(Online event only)
This is a day that represents more than 800 million citizens from 47 different countries and pays tribute to the linguistic diversity of the European continent, with more than 200 languages of its own.
You are invited to take part in the rich Europe’s linguistic-cultural heritage, which is seeking to highlight the importance of learning foreign languages to spread their knowledge and increase their value. Last, but not least, also to motivate people to help their continuous learning throughout people’s life.
In order to raise people’s awareness on the wide variety of languages that characterise Europe, the Instituto Cervantes in Manchester in collaboration with us, Alliance Française de Manchester and Europia will organise a series of “trial classes” of the different European languages, together with other activities that aim to value our native languages.
To register to the online event, please go to: https://bit.ly/34bKLg2
(foto banner: particolare della Cattedrale di Firenze, gentile concessione di Patrick Brosset)