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Far West Languages Centre (FWLC)

The Far West Languages Centre (FWLC) was established in April 2006 with assistance of Ceduna Aboriginal Corporation and the University of Adelaide – Mobile Language Team, and is located inside the Ceduna Aboriginal Arts & Culture Centre in Ceduna.

The main objectives of the FWLC are to revive, restore, research, document and maintain the 3 local Endangered Languages being Wirangu, Mirning and Gugada/Kokatha of the Far West Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.

The FWLC plays a key role in raising awareness of the local languages and endangerment issues, while promoting the use of the local languages throughout the wider community, and further provides a point of contact for people interested in reviving and restoring the local languages.

Important Copyright Information

All information presented on this site is the Intellectual Property Rights of the Aboriginal people of Ceduna and the surrounding regions and also those associated living outside the region. Copyright remains with the Ceduna Aboriginal people who produced the work, and unauthorised reproduction and or use of material for other purposes on this site is strictly prohibited and cannot be used without the express permission of the copyright owner.

Racism. It Stops With Me

FWLC is proud to have joined forces with some of Australia’s leading businesses, sporting bodies and NGO’s to support the “Racism. It Stops With Me” campaign. For more information about the campaign go to itstopswithme.humanrights.gov.au(link is external) or follow the campaign on Twitter @ItStopsWithMe(link is external).