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Association of Language Learning (ALL)

The Association for Language Learning (ALL) was founded in 1990 and is now the major subject association for those involved in teaching modern foreign languages at all levels. They exist to represent and support language teachers and are committed to their ongoing professional development. They work to support members, providing them with opportunities to access local, regional, and national training and networking events, as well as providing them with practitioner-focused and research-based publications in hard copy and online.

ALL brings all the latest information, news, events, competitions occurring in the languages sector directly, or via their diverse range of corporate members and partner organisations. They aim to represent the views of language teachers and also support collaborative working with a range of national and international organisations with similar aims, on languages initiatives, policy and projects for members and non-members alike.