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Mr. Dionisio Amundarain’s life (Itsasondo, 1930) revolves around two axes, Basque activism and Christian faith, engaging in prolific and substantial work, often combining both, for example as the team director in the elaboration of Elizen Arteko Biblia, literally ‘Inter-Church Bible’. A Benedictine monk, Amundarain holds a Bachelor’s decree in Philosophy, and pursued Theology studies. He is presently assistant academic...
It is not an easy task to make a brief introduction of Anna Arqué (Lleida, 1972). Graduate in Business and Marketing Sciences, vice rector of the Summer University of Catalonia, and a Catalan pro-independence activist. She works tireless to secure international involvement with her People, as well as being one of the driving forces behind the local popular votes...
We agreed to meet Joxe Manuel Odriozola in San Sebastian on a rainy Winter afternoon. A retired Basque teacher with a long experience at his job, he has not onlyt made his living out of the Basque language but it also become a source or concern for him. An author of many books, Joxe Manuel has always put the...
The historian Marcos Maceira (Santiago de Compostela, 1978) is the president of the A Mesa Pola Normalizacion Linguistica. He combines his president post there with his job as a schoolteacher. He has been active in movements in support of the language since a young age, chairing now the direction of the main Galician cultural organization in terms of membership....
Bernard Daelemans (Mechelen, 1966) is a language teacher in Brussels. He is also a member of the Executive Board of the VLAAMSE VOLKSBEWEGING popular movement, as well as being the editor-in-chief of the periodical Meervoud. He has been familiar with the Basque Country for a long time, and holds many friends among us. He has visited our country 35...