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INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES RECOGNITION, PRESERVATION AND REVITALIZATION; A REPORT ON THE NATIONAL DIALOGUE SESSION ON INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES
FPCC is pleased to share the report: Indigenous Languages Recognition, Preservation and Revitalization; A Report on the National Dialogue Session on Indigenous Languages.
The report is the result of a facilitated three-day dialogue session, hosted by FPCC, in Victoria, British Columbia, in which a group of Indigenous experts from across Canada were invited to provide their expertise and share best practices in the areas of language revitalization, language education, language legislation and policy, and an urban language strategy. This small think tank was funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage, which is currently exploring the renewal of its language programs.
The report will be submitted to the Department of Canadian Heritage and to the Assembly of First Nations and may be used as a starting point for further consultations with First Nations on the development of a new federal language program.
It is our hope that this work will advance the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action.
Feedback or recommendations regarding the report may be directed to the Aboriginal Languages Initiative – Aboriginal Peoples’ Program at the Department of Canadian Heritage.
For further information, contact Shay at FPCC: email@example.com.
25TH ANNIVERSARY REPORT
The First Peoples’ Cultural Council (FPCC) is proud to announce the release of its 25th Anniversary Report. For 25 years, FPCC has provided funding and resources to B.C.’s First Nations communities, monitored the status of First Nations languages in the province, and collaborated with organizations on special projects that have raised the profile of Indigenous arts and languages in B.C., Canada and internationally. The report provides information on FPCC’s key accomplishments, including impacts and progress.
FPCC's 25th Anniversary Report
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THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE CULTURAL PROTOCOLS & THE ARTS FORUM
The First Peoples’ Cultural Council is pleased to announce the release of the Proceedings of the Cultural Protocols & the Arts Forum, that took place at the En’owkin Centre in Penticton, British Columbia in March 2014.
Initiated by the First Peoples’ Cultural Council (FPCC), the Cultural Protocols and the Arts Forum brought together 70 Indigenous artists, cultural people, and allies in Penticton, B.C. to facilitate meaningful and solutions-focused discussion about how cultural protocols influence, inform, challenge and support artistic practice.
The forum included participants who could contribute their real experiences, methodologies and tools to this important conversation. Participants came from across Canada, with the strongest representation being from the province of B.C.
Proceedings of the Cultural Protocols & the Arts Forum
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REPORT ON THE STATUS OF B.C. FIRST NATIONS LANGUAGES
The Report on the Status of B.C. First Nations Languages provides concrete data on the province's First Nations languages, including the numbers of speakers and resources for each language as well as the language revitalization work being done.
The Report on the Status of B.C. First Nations Languages 2014, Second Edition
2014 Language Report Fact Sheet
This updated edition provides statistics and information current to 2014, and highlights some of the successful language revitalization initiatives that are taking place around B.C.
The Report on the Status of B.C. First Nations Languages 2010
The Language Report Fact Sheet
LANGUAGE PROGRAM RESOURCES
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ARTS PROGRAM RESOURCES
Link to the Grant Writing Handbook and Arts Portfolio Handbook
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