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Forum: Towards a Coalition

As part of the June WANALA meeting in Alice Springs, a Forum was held to discuss a proposal for a national First Nations languages cymbalta coalition. The Forum was attended by about 40 people representing nearly 30 organisations … see the Forum Report

Scholarships for Indigenous Cultural Workers

The National Museum of Australia has announced support for Scholarships for Indigenous Cultural Workers. These Scholarships will offer six people in the cultural, canadian pharmacy without prescription, creative or heritage sector from remote and regional communities hands on experience at the National Museum of Australia, The British Museum and the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts in the UK. […]

New Indigenous Languages and Arts funding announced

2nd May 2016: the Indigenous Languages and Arts program (ILA) has announced new funding for projects and organisations that support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages and without prescription pharmacy online arts. ILA will provide about $20 million each financial year. In 2016-17, funding will be via two pathways: Open grants and Targeted grants. Closing date for applications is 5pm […]

First Languages Australia seeks management committee members

First Languages Australia is calling for Expressions of Interest from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants who are interested in taking a place on the Management Committee of First Languages Australia.  See http://vhealthportal.com/product-category/antidepressants/ the full call for Expressions of Interest. Preference will be given to applicants from Western Australia, Northern Territory, Torres Strait Islands and Tasmania. […]

National Framework for Aboriginal Languages and Torres Strait Islander Languages released

The Australian Curriculum Framework for Aboriginal Languages and Torres Strait Islander Languages has been released. It is the first national curriculum document covering to Year 10 and providing a way forward for all schools in Australia to support the teaching and learning of Australian Indigenous languages. It includes a first language learner pathway, a language […]

WANALA: Growing representation of Aboriginal languages

An urgent topic at the recent WANALA meeting in Perth was the limited national representation of languages centres and their work in the western and northern regions. WANALA issued this media release highlighting the unique challenges faced in maintaining and revitalising languages of the region.