European Language Resources Association

European Language Resources Association

A not-for-profit organisation, the European Language Resources Association (ELRA) association is established under the law of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Its seat is in Luxembourg, headquarters in Paris (France).

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European Language Resources Association - ELDA (Evaluations and Language Resources Distribution Agency)
... To handle every issues related to the association affairs, ELDA, Evaluations Language resources Distribution Agency, was created, as ELRA operational body ... and plans, and handles issues related to the distribution of language resources ...

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