From 1986 to 1990, Literacy Campaigns in Bizkaia: funded by the Provincial Council of Bizkaia, they took place in most of the towns in the territory, and the number of people who took part in each school course totalled over 1,000.
In 1990 an agreement was signed with the Basque Government to organize the winter barnetegi in Argentina for three years. In 1993 twenty Argentine students received grants to study at the Zornotzako Barnetegia. On their return to Argentina, these students were responsible for giving Euskara classes at the network of Argentine Basque Centres, work that still takes place today.
From 1990 to 1992, LETRAKIT Campaign: This was a travelling exhibition, funded by Euskaltzaindia, whose objective was to increase awareness of Basque literature.
From 1991 to 2004, Euskara Assistantship at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (Poland), funded by the Provincial Council of Bizkaia.
From 1991 to 2010, KLASIKOAK: A collection which includes the translations to Euskara of the classics of universal literature. Work carried out in collaboration with the Euskara Institute of the UPV-EHU and funded by the BBVA Foundation.
From 1994 to 1997, LARRAMENDI: A computer programme for the management of teaching materials and programming for the teaching of Euskara. The programme offers materials classified by topics and linguistic skills, and also allows users to design their own programming. Work carried out in collaboration with the Euskaltegi Ulibarri and EITB.
From 1995 to 2000, HEZINET: A project for the creation of telematic tools for the teaching of Euskara. Carried out in collaboration with the Faculty of Computer Science of the UPV-EHU, HABE and the BASS company.
From 2000 to 2010, a member of EBLUL, a European organization which grouped together the minority languages and linguistic minorities of the whole European Union. This institution, at the request of the Foundation, repeatedly denounced the unfavourable treatment given to Euskera by the Government of Navarre. We have participated in the reports drawn up every three years by the European Council, analyzing and giving our opinion on the situation of Euskara in the Basque Country. Following the disappearance of EBLUL, the Aurten Bai Foundation became part of the NPLD (European Network to Promote Linguistic Diversity).
From 1999 to 2001, CIBERBIBLIO: A virtual library of all the interactive programmes published in Euskal Herria until then. A project carried out in collaboration with the Faculty of Computer Science of the UPV-EHU.
From 2004 to 2006, HATOR: An internet portal completely in Euskara aimed at young people and carried out in collaboration with the El Correo newspaper.
From 2000 to 2007, BOGA: a programme for the self-learning of Euskara via internet. It is currently the only programme that HABE provides for all euskaltegis as a recognised online Euskara course, and so it is the one offered by most Euskaltegis.
From 2007 to 2010, a sponsor of Sareko Euskal Gramatika: an online Euskara grammar, developed by the Euskara Institute of the UPV-EHU together with the Ministry of Science and Innovation of the Spanish Government.
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