Riddu Riđđu Festival is an international indigenous festival, which annually takes place in in the northern part of Norway (Manndalen, Kåfjord). The festival has programs for the whole family. The program includes worldwide indigenous music, art, theater and dance, youth camps with artistic and political workshops, children’s festival, seminars, film and literature. On the stage […]
The first Reguly Festival is a cultural and scientific-educational event which is going to be held between 11.07-14.07.2019 in Zirc, Hungary. The multi-purpose festival remembers Antal Reguly’s lifework, connects the visitors to the culture of peoples who speak Finno-Ugric languages and with its special programmes based on the Finno-Ugric languages joins to the 2019 International […]
2019a Hizkuntza Indigenen Nazioarteko Urtea izendatua izan da eta asmo handiko proiektu bat prestatzeko lekukoa hartu dugu. Kontzertu honi “GURE ALTXORRA / NUESTRO TESORO” deitu diogu. Zapotekoa, tokelautarra, sami, zulu, swahili, tamil, gaelikoa, sardera, romaniera, etab. Hogei hizkuntza ezberdin jatorri anitzeko hogei musika piezentzat, Zeelanda Berria, Mexiko, Balkanak edo Galiziatik iritsiak, besteak beste. Hizkuntza ez […]
A poetic recitation of the Torwali poetry was jointly held at the lawn of Innovative Learning Model (ILM) School--a mother tongue based multilingual education school-- by Idara Baraye Taleem-o-Taraqi (IBT) and Pakistan Village Development Program (PVDP). This event was called Mushaira مشاعرہ i.e a formal literary gathering of poets where they recite or sing their poetry to an interested audience.
Souring Bunjil will allow vulnerable Aboriginal children and young people in growing cultural identity and pride through learning their Songlines, Language and Connection to Country. The forums wil foster stronger community connections to Language and complement capacity building, working with the VACL regional Language Reclamation Centres