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Canberra Region Languages Forum Update April 2017 

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Canberra Region Language Forum Update November 2014

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Canberra Region Languages Forum Update November 2013

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Canberra Region Languages Forum Update September 2011

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  1. According NAATI (National Accreditation Authority for Translator and Interpreter Ltd),there are over 96 Languages spoken and written in Australia, especially in Canberra. It is much better for academic, community and government (business sector) included to be looking a holistic approach on this learning area. The ANU, UC and CIT along with Community Language Classes shall be looking best option for bi-lingual classes for adult and children in the next 5-10 years if we wish to improve skills in non-English language proficiency. The CRLF shall be fostering this process on the way ahead.

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