Project Database

Language connection between Baranya and Međimurje
Project ID: HUHR/1101/2.2.3/0001
Project acronym: Languages of the Zrinskis
Project title: Language connection between Baranya and Međimurje
Call: HUHR/1101
Action: 2.2.3. Bilingualism actions
Total project budget: 120 423,00 €
EU contribution: 99 924,00 €
Project Duration 01 October 2013 − 30 September 2014
Geographical location of the project: Baranya megye, Međimurska županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

The main purposes of the project include the disclosure and strengthening of cultural heritage, creation of new cultural values, reinforcement of local identity, involvement of communities and interaction between the youth of the settlements connected to the Zrinski family.
During the project a Hungarian and a Croatian language will be organised for members of the community. A 30-minute-long trilingual documentary film will be shot presenting the region, and significant regional literary editions will be translated into the two national languages.
Four workshops and a camp for the youth of the settlements connected to the Zrinski family will be organised to make them acquainted with the notion of local identity deriving from shared cultural and historical heritage.

 

Partnership

Lead Beneficiary

Muzej Međimurja Čakovec
Croatia, Međimurska županija

 

Project Partner 1

Szigetvári Kultúr- és Zöld Zóna Egyesület
Hungary, Baranya megye

 

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