Researchers of multilingualism and other practitioners in the field in Finland are welcome to Tampere in October! This year the national symposium on multilingualism will be arranged by the School of Modern Languages and Translation Studies at the University of Tampere, in co-operation with the University of Jyväskylä's FiDiPro project on Multilingualism as a Problematic Resource. The event provides an opportunity for participants to present and discuss their projects, and to develop national co-operation in the field of multilingualism. The symposium will be arranged at the University of Tampere on 1st October. The plenary speakers are Monica Heller (University of Toronto), Guus Extra (Universiteit van Tilburg) and Sirpa Leppänen (University of Jyväskylä). At the research fair, the participants can present their work with the help of posters, PowerPoint presentations or by distributing material and talking with colleagues. More information on the symposium is available in the second call for papers, to be published in June, on the symposium website, or by email from Päivi Pahta or Kati Lampinen (email@example.com). Registration via the symposium website from June on. No registration fee.