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

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How FLI Works….

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.

News & Updates…

Authored by its trainees, FLI published three new books in Shina, Palula and Indus Kohistani languages. The book in Shina language is a set of folktales and folksongs of Shina language collected and produced by FLI’s trainee, Amir Haider. While the books in Palula and Indus Kohistani were authored by Naseem Haider and Gul Muhammad […]

Are you interested to know what we achieved last year despite having had the challenge of the pandemic? If you are, please go through our annual newsletter 2020. FLI’s annual newsletter comes out today, the February 26. Interestingly, this was the day sharply one year back when first Pakistani tested positive followed by a chaotic […]

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The 4th International Hindukush Cultural Conference is an academic and scholarly activity..

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