• Ashleigh Gould has us singing and dancing in Butchulla. Ngirrma Puwal Pukang, 2014

    Advocating for biennial state meetings.

  • Pictured with the new logo on display are QILAC members Leonora Adidi, Bridget Priman, Faith Baisden, Joy Bonner and Melinda Holden.

    Working toward a First Languages Policy that will benefit of all Queenslanders.

  • Butchella Student at the State Library

    Ensuring that first languages are included in Queensland curriculum in line with language community aspiration

  • Melinda Holden introduces the interactive Queensland Languages Map. Ngirrma Puwal Pukang,  2014

    Compiling an interactive map of Queensland languages and their family groups.

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by Language Centre representatives and other language workers, in recognition of the
need for a state body to advocate for Queensland’s first languages.

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May 17, 2016

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