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  • a survey to understand better what FATSIL members and other stakeholders want from FATSIL and what they see as priority actions for the development of Indigenous languages and Indigenous language policy.
  • a program to broaden it’s membership base to include organisations and corporate bodies. A broader membership would enhance our capability to act as a peak body to advise government.
  • FATSIL Policy Research
    Eddie Chisholm, FATSIL
    a review of current policy documents regarding Indigenous languages from state and national governments. NSW is currently the only state in Australia that has an Indigenous language policy. FATSIL is consulting with state language organisations about how a future language policy may be developed in their state.
  • a review of the current funding available for language programs with a specific focus on the federal government’s Maintenance of Indigenous Languages and Records program. We are consulting with our members, other language organisations and other stakeholders to learn about and report on their experiences with funding bodies. We are seeking information about how you find the process and what improvements you would like to see. FATSIL Policy Research
    Indigenous Languages Institute Sydney 2008
  • FATSIL Policy Research
    Elizabeth Sailor, FATSIL
    consulting with other language organisations about the development of a national language policy. We see ourselves having a key role in coordinating a national campaign for the development of policy and the establishment of a national association of Indigenous language organisations.