Meet the Germans:A Blog Exploring Germans and German Society

Meet the Germans: A Blog about… Germans The Goethe Institute for German culture supports an interesting blog called “Meet the Germans” with the aim of “to explore what’s typical of Germany and German society. We’ll introduce people in different walks of life and try and find out what lies behind […]

Languages & Culture in Ireland: The Latvian Community

The Latvian community in Ireland   Latvian Children & Women Association (LCWA) is a non-profitable, non-racial, non-political and non-religious organisation with a focus on promoting education, Latvian culture and integration in Ireland. The organisation was born from the need for a Latvian platform in the country of Ireland. They work […]

Translator Multiculturalism in Ireland News & Tips: The Finnish Community

The Finnish Community in Ireland Since 1995, when Finland joined the European Union, the number of Finns living in Ireland has grown significantly. There have been many relocation for either work or study. Many multinational companies have attracted a lot of IT and Technology experts to Ireland. To date there […]

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Translator Culture Tips: The European Union National Institutes for Cultures in Dublin

If you arrived on this blog looking for a translation company, offers translation services in a great range of languages. Visit our website and contact us for more information here. The European Union National Institutes for Cultures in Dublin EUNIC Dublin is a EUNIC cluster of members from all around the […]

Foreign Language Film Screenings: Short Shorts!

Shorts Shorts from Europe: EUNIC Film Screening The European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) has organised a screening of different short films on the 4th of November 2014. The event will also take place in Cork on November 8th. The films will be presented by the Alliance Francaise, the […]

The Many languages & Cultures of Africa: The Africa Centre in Ireland

Ireland’s Africa Centre When trying to gain more knowledge about the many cultures and languages in the Africa region, The Africa Centre in Dublin would be a great place to start. The centre with its head office based in Dublin is a membership organisation with different focuses. The organisation aims […]