There are dozens of linguistic communities in Europe which have come across all kinds of obstacles when trying develop activities in their own language. As a result, they have had to come up with their own ideas and create new mechanisms for such a purpose. Through social movements, small cooperatives, media outlets, cultural associations, schools, public institutions and others, they constantly experiment with all types of ideas, campaigns, projects and products in order to adapt to new needs and foster minority languages.
It is pure innovation: new ways of collaborating and cooperating which are the key to multiplying relationships and transformations. The challenge at hand is to help them meet each other. Any individual or group which works to promote minority languages can learn from the ideas and experiences of others. The most innovative and successful practices must therefore be identified and distributed whenever possible, so that these processes are made visible and, of course, conversations and meetings between agents are promoted.
A web platform will collect everything that agents are willing to share. Finally, this entire network and all its creative and innovative energy will be condensed into a meeting to show, listen, learn and share any valid idea or project so that we can continue contributing to Europe's diversity through our small and great languages.