Striving to protect and to promote the indigenous languages of Northern Pakistan

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Forum for Language Initiatives (FLI), founded in 2003 functions as a resource centre for the many language communities in Pakistan’s mountainous northern region. To know about how it works watch the following video.

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FLI attaches great importance to working with universities especially with their linguistic departments to expand its scope of work. Earlier, FLI has been working with universities of regional and national levels. This is the great news for language researchers that more universities are entering the field of linguistics and playing their effective role. One of […]

Bazm e Elm wa Fun (BEF), a community-based organization working for the development and promotion of the Balti language organized a cultural event named ‘Jashn e Mayfung’ in Skardu city of Gilgit Baltistan. The festival comprised a variety of events involving many literary people including writers, poets, students, and researchers from the community. Poets of […]


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