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In recent years AuSIL has joined with others in advocating for more appropriate use of indigenous languages in education, particularly in the Northern Territory.

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AuSIL is pleased to make available research papers and other language documentation that we have produced during our 50 years of service in Australia.  Scroll down for the list of articles available for download.

"Why not just make them learn English?"

In October 2009 AuSIL sponsored a forum at Charles Darwin University
Next Steps in Advocating for Indigenous Languages in Education

 

First language-based education
for non-dominant language speakers:
Issues and challenges

by Dr. Kimmo Kosonen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On 9 September 2010 AuSIL and several partners sponsored a public forum entitled

Indigenous Languages in Education: Do current policies match our needs?

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