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Mulgimaa passes on the title of Finno-Ugric Capital of Culture to Udmurtia

The year of Abja-Paluoja, the historic capital of Mulgimaa, as the Finno-Ugric Capital of Culture, is drawing to a close. On 27 November, the baton …

25.11.2021

CIFU congress postponed, but online congress to take place

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CIFU XIII has been postponed to August 2021. However, we will organize a virtual pre-congress in August 2020 (currently …

04.08.2020

Finno-Ugrian Days 2019 are dedicated to indigenous languages

The Finno-Ugrian Days 2019 are dedicated to the United Nations’ International Year of Indigenous Languages. Of the estimated 7,000 languages spoken around the world, 2,680 …

17.09.2019

The 6th international conference “Livonica. Livonian language, history, culture

The Livonians, though one of the smallest nations in Europe, have had a significant role in the languages, history, and culture of the Baltic Sea …

26.08.2019

The 15th Finno-Ugric Writers´ Congress to take place in Transilvania

The Association of Finno-Ugric literatures has been organizing congresses every two years since 1993. The aim of these Congresses is to keep and develop literary …

13.08.2019

International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples – 9 August 2019ee

United Nations celebrates the Day of World´s Indigenous Peoples on the 9ht of August with a special event to highlight the critical need to revitalize, preserve …

02.08.2019

Indigenous Languages and Endangered Cultures conference to take place in Hungary

Indigenous Languages, Endangered Cultures conference will take place in november 28–29th in 2019. Call for conference abstracts is open until September the 18th.  The United …

16.07.2019

Students of finno-ugric studies gathered at IFUSCO conference in Vienna, Austria

A yearly multilingual conference of students of finno-ugric studies from around the world (IFUSCO) took place from 24th-28th of April in Vienna, Austria. Alltogether 130 …

30.04.2019