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Midis de la Poésie
Founded in 1949, the Midis de la poésie is an association from Brussels which has, for more than sixty years, promoted literature and poetr... Read more
Domuni Press was created in 2012 to publish research, edit reference works for students, and feed public debate through information. The su... Read more
In most Wallonie and and Brussels communes, citizens periodically receive, in their letter boxes, a map with details about their area. This ... Read more
Presses universitaires de Namur
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Le Lombard editions are specialised in comic books for young readers. Founded in 1946, they started with the publication of the famous Tinti... Read more
Khani Editions has existed since 1985. Over the years, we have specialised in collectibles. ... Read more
The Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) is the first trans-European research network in the field of European affairs. It cons... Read more
Centre International de Phonétique Appliquée (CIPA)
CIPA was founded in 1965. The main aim of CIPA was to study a language as an oral phenomenon, in order to promote teaching languages and mul... Read more
CIPA was founded in 1965. The main aim of CIPA was to study a language as an oral phenomenon, in order to promote teaching languages and multilingualism.
It’s especially since the 70s that CIPA’s area of activities has widened and diversified. Look, for example, at the organisation of several tens of intensive internships (one for several weeks), in Mons or abroad. These concern the teaching of languages, linguistic organisation, long-distance training, peace-keeping education, linguistic preparation for the international field, the welcoming and guidance of African and Asian researchers as well as the elaboration of teaching tools.
We publish the monthly Catholic journal 'La Charité'/'De Liefdadigheid' in both French and Dutch, which was created more than 120 years ago... Read more
maelstrÖm means ‘abyss’ or ‘whirlpool’, natural phenomena geographically situated near to the Norwegian cost, just beyond the polar... Read more