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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Intellectual property is the modern day phenomenon and very important for those, especially working in development sector to understand its requirements.  Protecting one’s creativity from plagiarism, theft and the basic legal protection available in the country must be in everyone’s knowledge. In view of its importance and need, FLI arranged a one day workshop on Feb 14, […]

FLI is collaborating with Payap University in Chiang Mai, Thailand and SIL International to offer a certificate programme in Identity-Based Community Development with a special focus in project management. It consists of 5 courses that integrate class work and fieldwork over a period of 12 months. It has been designed specifically to meet the needs of […]


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We put the mother tongue speakers in driving seat of language development and cultural documentation by imparting required training and providing necessary equipment aiming at having sustainable service to indigenous languages


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