European Federation of Associations for Teaching of Mother Tongues to Foreigners (ELITE)
Fédération européenne des associations pour l'enseignement des langues maternelles aux étrangers
Federación Europea de las Asociaciones para la Enseñanza de las Lenguas Maternas a los Extranjeros
Europäische Föderation der Verbände für den Unterricht von Muttersprachen an Fremdsprachler
Federazione Europea della Associazioni per l'Insegnamento delle Lingue
Federação Europeia das Associaçôes para o Ensino das Linguas Maternas aos Estrangeiros
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1995-06 Toulon France
Jun 1995, Toulon (France). Registered in accordance with French law.
Promote the teaching of mother tongue languages in member countries; encourage cultural exchanges between European countries, then between Europe and the rest of the world; increase the reliability of language teaching by means of a high level of professionalism.
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