Juggling a bilingual family isn't an easy task, even when both parents come from the same linguistic and cultural background.
We are delighted to host our partner Juan Ruiz Subirán, at the Mother Tongues Festival, to talk about BABO.
Sometimes people forget that when we talk about bilingualism we don’t solely speak about migrants.
Let's celebrate the strength that comes from embracing our differences and the beauty that arises when diverse voices unite.
In 2022 we received the International Protection Integration Fund from the DCEDIY to deliver our Language Explorers programme.
Beyond the charming image of children developing multiple languages, there's a journey that involves more than just linguistic development.
Last October our team took part in the Learning Teacher Training Activity for the Erasmus Project “BABO: Bilingual And Bicultural Outlook.”
This is an original perspective on bilingual upbringing and the choices made to pass on parents’ language(s) and culture to their children.
Mother Tongues is pleased to announce the second round of the residency for artists in South Dublin County, themed “Arts and Activism”.
Since 2021, Mother Tongues has been driving a collective effort to make South Dublin County's artistic landscape more representative.