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WEFLA International Conference on Foreign Languages, Communication and Culture

It has been held since 1998 and has become one of the most important events on foreign languages held in Cuba. Its main objective is to provide a plural space for reflection, exchange and open discussion on the topics convened in each edition.

It has wide international recognition, co-sponsored by several Canadian universities, which has allowed a solid academic and scientific experience in the study of foreign languages, communication and culture.


Big mini Wefla and XI International Seminar on Canadian Studies

Teaching-learning of foreign languages. Training and improvement of language teachers. Translation and Interpretation. Applied Linguistic Studies. Language, Education and Cultures. Linguistic Anthropology. Canadian Studies: Canada, managing social and cultural diversity.

Cuba-Canada Relations. Society, Culture and Identity. Language and Literature. History and Politics. Community Development. Contemporary Canadian Studies

Biannual call in the topics:
- Didactics of Foreign Languages
- Training and continuous improvement of teachers
- Translation and Interpreting
- Linguistic Studies
- Language and Culture
- Literature
- Language and Education
Contacts

Coordinator: Dr. Vilma Páez Pérez
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Phone: +(53) 24 480804
Address: Ave Celia Sánchez # 1 e/ Ave de los Internacionalistas and Final Hilda Torres, Holguín, Zip Code: 80 100

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    Yamila Hernández Pérez 14.03.2021 17:09
    Mi nombre es Yamila Hernández Pérez , vecina de los Mineros , Rafael Freyre . Por este medio me dirijo a la AMPP Rafael Freyre Torres para presentar el problema de mi vivienda la cuál estamos construyendo por esfuerzo propio desde 1985 . Nos las dejo ...

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