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Over the past months First Languages Australia has hosted meetings in Adelaide and at the national conference Puliima in Melbourne. Representatives Melinda Holden, Bridget Priman and Paul Paton were also honoured to be invited by the Western and Northern Aboriginal Language Alliance to attend the Wanala Conference 2013, to formally introduce the organisation to those attending.

The strength of the First Languages Australia is grounded in the support of language workers, project teams and centres nationally. You can assist in the work of the organisation by encouraging your co-workers to join the mailing list or become a member.

Collectively First Languages Australia members work to ensure that the organisation is kept informed of the needs of language workers and language groups nationally. As members of First Languages Australia you are encouraged to: * Speak up about the needs of your languages and your language programs, * Keep us informed of your successes and new initiatives, and * Provide First Languages Australia with feedback to contribute to discussions with Government.

Contact us

Phone  +61 2 4940 9144  or  1300 975 246
Visit  2 Milton St, Hamilton, NSW, 2303
Post PO Box 74, Hamilton, NSW 2303

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