International Basque Day
Those who want Google to create a doodle or own icon for the Basque Language next December 3 on the occasion of the International Basque Day need to sign an on-line petition.
Google frequently marks important events with doodles.
A doodle of Basque language is the objective of a new on-line initiative undertaken by Eusko Ikaskuntza, a private scientific-cultural entity founded in 1918 as a permanent instrument for the development of Basque culture.
Those who want Google to create a doodle or own icon for the Basque Language next December 3 on the occasion of the International Basque Day need to sign an on-line petition. From October 30th to December 1st, the Eusko Ikaskuntza website will be collecting petitions to Google for a doodle of Basque language, which will be sent to Google on December 3rd. Those who wish to sign should click here.
Google frequently marks important events, anniversaries and birthdays of historic characters from the worlds of cinema, music or science.
International Basque Day (ENE) was established in 1949 by the Society for Basque Studies. Now in the 21st century, this Society continues to adapt to the changes and challenges posed by society enthusiastically cultivating the Basque language in all facets of their activity.
In addition, as a reward, 2013s agendas and calendars donated by HABE will be raffled among all those who sign the petition. The names of the winners will be published on December 3rd.