… and the French-speaking world, from March 14 to 22, 2020. It is a celebration of the French language in all its diversity.
Organised each year around 20 March, International Day of La Francophonie, the Week of the French Language and Francophonie is the meeting place for lovers of words in France and abroad. It provides the general public with an opportunity to celebrate the French language by showing their attachment to it and celebrating its richness and modernity.
Share your taste for words by organizing a concert of French songs, a dictation, a calligraphy workshop, a conference, a theatrical performance, an oratorical joust, a poetry competition, a literary encounter, etc.
This high point is also an opportunity to highlight the many projects carried out as part of the “Dis-moi dix mots” French-language awareness operation.
This edition of the Week highlights the theme of water. Find here the articles devoted to the issues related to this theme.
Bringing the Francophonie to life on five continents
La Semaine de la langue française et de la Francophonie is organized in collaboration with the OPALE network (Réseau francophone des Organismes de Politique et d’Aménagement Linguistiques). This network is made up of the language management organisations of French-speaking countries and regions representing the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, France, Quebec and French-speaking Switzerland, as well as the International Organisation of the Francophonie.
Our partners’ websites dedicated to this 25th edition of the Week :
– OIF (International Day of La Francophonie): 20mars.francophonie.org
– Belgium: www.lalanguefrancaiseenfete.be
– Quebec: www.francofete.qc.ca
– Switzerland : www.slff.ch