FATSIL. Linking languages across Australia PDF Print E-mail
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation of Languages (FATSIL) is the National Advisory body linking Government and Community in the implementation and development of policy relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages. The Corporation was established in 1991, in response to the national goals of the Australian Language and Literacy Policy.

FATSIL was incorporated in 1993 and continues to expand the range of its contacts with agencies and individual members Australia wide. Recognized as an authoritative voice on indigenous language issues, its delegated members provide representation to a number of national forums and seminars. The Corporation receives its funding directly from ATSIC.