Guali bula ŋina: The Queensland Indigenous Languages Forum – wrap up

Guali bula ŋina: The Queensland Indigenous Languages Forum – wrap up

Guali bula ŋina was a fantastic event coordinated collaboratively with the Central Queensland Languages Centre. The event brought together language workers from 16 different language groups around Queensland with a focus on Central Queensland. The program included a diverse array of presentations and practical workshops. Click here to download the program. Forum highlights were the […]

REGISTER NOW: Guali bula ŋina

REGISTER NOW: Guali bula ŋina

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Only two weeks to go!

Only two weeks to go!

REGISTER NOW for Guali bula ŋina: The Queensland Indigenous Languages Forum. Bundaberg – 19, 20 and 21 May, 2015 Environmental Marine Training Centre On the corner of Marina Drive and Moffat Street, Burnett Heads. Click here to download the program.

Registrations open: Guali bula ŋina

Registrations open: Guali bula ŋina

Guali bula ŋina: Queensland Indigenous Languages Forum 2015 Bundaberg – 19, 20 and 21 May Environmental Marine Training Centre 2 Marina Drive, Burnett Heads REGISTER NOW Click here to download the program. View program highlights Join us for Guali bula ŋina – the 2015 Queensland Indigenous Languages Forum. The title of the conference translates to […]

Kalau Kawau Ya cooking class

At Ngirrma Puwal Pukang: the Queensland State Languages Meeting 2014. Leonora Adidi delighted attendees by offering a language cooking class. The session was run a number of times as people queued to participate. At the end of the 45 minute people knew the words for the ingredients and tools required to make Sop Sop. They […]

Ngirrma Puwal Pukang – Wrap Up

Ngirrma Puwal Pukang –  Wrap Up

The Queensland Indigenous Languages Advisory Committee would like to thank all those who joined us in Cairns for Ngirrma Puwal Pukang, the State Languages Meeting. They were a busy and exciting two days, with a great turn out for the terrific combination of practical workshops, presentations and networking time. These state wide events are an […]

Weekend to focus on the future of Aboriginal language

By Ross Kay for ABC Wide Bay. The study of a language can lead to a new understanding of the world as you immerse yourself in a different culture. But what if you could do that in your own backyard? That’s the invitation extended to the traditional owners in the Port Curtis and Coral coast […]

“I’m a Queenslander too!”

“I’m a Queenslander too!”  said Mr. Michael Bryce AM AE as he stepped up for a photo with the QILAC members who attended a reception at Government House in Canberra.

Losing Language, Losing Knowledge

Audio, transcript and quotes from the 2011 Brisbane Writers Festival panel session with Andrew Westoll, Wade Davis, Susan Hawthorne chaired by Faith Baisden. The audio segments are about 30mins each. Presentations BWF audio presentations Questions BWF audio questions BWF 2011 Transcript

The Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA) 2012 Conference – Perth, 12, 13, 14 November

The Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA) is the national organisation for applied linguistics in Australia. ALAA aims to provide leadership in applied linguistics and supports the development of teaching, learning and research in the field. ALAA includes national and international members and is affiliated with the Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée (AILA). The Applied […]