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Last Updated: 3 Sep 2006

The European Observatory for Plurilingualism is a French non-profit organization that welcomes members of all nationalities and is essentially run by volunteers. Our activity requires active documentary monitoring on the internet, to encourage a network of correspondents, to constantly update and enrich our website, to write articles or the OEP electronic newsletter, to organize or take part in conferences and events all around Europe, etc. You may already be convinced of the importance of what is at stake and believe in the significance of our undertaking. If so, you can support us:

  1. by becoming a member as an individual (pdf) (doc) (odt) or as a corporate body (pdf) (doc) (odt)
  2. by subscribing online to the European Observatory for Plurilingualism (helloasso / Paypal) or by making an online donation through a secure payment service (helloasso / Paypal)
  3. by signing up to receive our newsletter (available on this page). By broadcasting it and suggesting new subscribers.
  4. by becoming a correspondent for the European Observatory for Plurilingualism in a European country
  5. by taking part in the Observatory’s activity

Banking details:

BIC (bank identifier code) : PSSTFRPPPAR

IBAN (international bank account number) : FR42 2004 1000 0157  5110

To subscribe online, click here:

- By Paypal (recommended, because Paypal account not required) : https://www.observatoireplurilinguisme.eu/en-us/the-observatory/subscription-to-the-newsletter

- By HelloAsso https://www.helloasso.com/associations/observatoire-europeen-du-plurilinguisme/adhesions/observatoire-europeen-du-plurilinguisme-formulaire-d-adhesion

To donate online, click here: : https://www.helloasso.com/associations/observatoire-europeen-du-plurilinguisme/formulaires/1/

Postal box: La Banque Postale, Centre de Paris, 75900 Paris CEDEX 15 France

The European Observatory for Plurilingualism is supported by the French Ministry of Culture (National Committee for French Language and Languages of France)