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LINGUIST List 22.2763

Wed Jul 06 2011

Confs: Language Documentation/Melbourne

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        1.     Margaret Florey , Strengthening language maintenance through training

Message 1: Strengthening language maintenance through training
Date: 06-Jul-2011
From: Margaret Florey <margaret.floreygmail.com>
Subject: Strengthening language maintenance through training
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Strengthening language maintenance through training

Date: 18-Aug-2011 - 19-Aug-2011
Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Contact: Margaret Florey
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.rnld.org/Linguapax-conference

Linguistic Field(s): Forensic Linguistics

Meeting Description:

A two-day symposium on the theme of Strengthening Language Maintenance Through Cooperative Training Strategies will be held in Melbourne from Thursday 18 to Friday 19 August, 2011.

This symposium brings together representatives of Indigenous organisations, networks, government agencies, research centres, and educational institutions, all of which are actively developing and implementing innovative training strategies to support Indigenous languages.

Join us to learn about the diverse programs for language documentation and revitalisation taking place across Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, and to discuss with us ways to strengthen cooperation and collaboration between programs.

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