European Bureau for Lesser-Used Languages (EBLUL)
Bureau européen pour les langues moins répandues (BELMR)
Europäisches Büro für Sprachminderheiten
Europees Bureau voor Taalminderheden
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May 1982, following adoption by F-XF0667 - European Parliament (EP) of the Arfé Report and Resolution on Minority and Regional Languages. Legally registered in Ireland and in Belgium since 1992. Ceased to exist, 2010.
Preserve and promote minority or regional languages of the European Union together with their associated cultures.
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Member State Committees in each member country. Council comprising President and representatives of the member state committees. General Secretariat, headed by Secretary General, is based in Brussels (Belgium).
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