On May 14th  it was the turn of a local poet Fernando Paralta  choosen by the Lousada Municipal Public Library to launch his poetry book.


The International House World Organisation (IHWO) Directors’ Conference took place in Oxford on 7th  – 10th May, 2016. This years’ conference took place at the picturesque Hawkwell House in Iffley village and brought together IH school owners and directors from across the 160 schools in IH network.


The second week of May, prior an international poetry festival and the most outstanding yearly literature event POETRY SPRING is being held all over Lithuania, SIH organised poetry readings with our teachers and students.


Eugénio de Andrade, who died 11 years ago, was one of the most renowned Portuguese poets ever. One of his best friends was José Rodrigues, a no less famous painter and sculptor.


On the 27th of April, Daiva Malinauskiene was invited to Vilnius Gediminas Technical University to give a lecture for students of Management and Business Administration.

During the lecture, she introduced the audience with various SIH projects, including ePublisher.


On the 23th and 24th of April, Multikultura organised an excursion to Krakow for the most active ePublisher poets from all over Poland.


On the 19th and 20th of April, 2016 the four German National Agencies for Erasmus+ hosted in Essen (DE) the Transnational Cooperation Activity (TCA) conference “Education, Participation, Integration: Erasmus+ and Refugees".


On the 15th of April the Annual Membership Meeting of the Lithuanian Association of Adult Education (LAAE) took place at the Mykolas Riomeris University in Vilnius (LT).


On 8th April SIH held a poetry reading at Medardas Čobotas Third Age University (MCTAU). The meeting has brought together a large group of Literature students as well as members of Book Lovers’ Club at MCTAU.


On the 8th April 2016, the Municipal Public Library in Lousada opened the exhibition "Rota do Românico – Caminhos de Encanto", which combines poetry and photography, a perfect harmony between the eye of the photographer and the feeling of the poet.