Entries by noreply@fli-online.org

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First Workshop on the Indigenous Languages of Pakistan

The main aim of this workshop is to provide a platform to national and international researchers working on the endangered, minority, and indigenous languages of Pakistan. The known linguist, Mr. Henrik Liljegren who has worked on languages spoken in Chitral will be speaking about ‘Languages and Geography in Northern Pakistan; Areal Typology made Practical’. Other […]

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Activity to standardize the Khowar writing started in Chitral

FLI started the standardization work for the languages spoken in its target area (Northern Pakistan) with initiation of steps to standardize the spelling system of Khowar language. The three-day workshop, jointly held with the Mother tongue Initiative for Education and Research (MIER) and the Anjuman Taraqqi-i-Khowar (ATK)  took off in Chitral town today taking up […]

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Indus Kohistani speakers to strengthen literacy in their language

The Indus Kohistani (IK) language in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa finds four more activists from the community who are zealous to strengthen its literacy segment. The young activists, who attended FLI’s ‘Planning for the Future of my Language’ program developed plan to maximize the use of their language for reading and writing. This program was organized in […]

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Anjuman Opens its Chapter in Islamabad

Anjuman Taraqqi-e-Khowar (ATK), a literary organization in Chitral has established its chapter (Halqa) in Islamabad last week. Twenty two people of Khowar language community mostly language researchers, poets and students were among the participants. Office bearers of ATK from Chitral, Shahzada Tanvirulmulk, Shazhazda Faham and Mr. Zahurulhaq were also present on the occasion. The purpose […]