The NILLA (NEȾOLṈEW̱ Indigenous Language Learning Atlas) project (in partnership with UVIC Libraries) was recently launched in June at the Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium (SILS) in Lethbridge, AB. The NILLA project will be a national online gathering space for Indigenous language communities to access and […]
ÍY SȻÁĆEL, Gilakas’la, Ha7lh Skwáyel, tânisi (greetings)
We are a collaborative research Partnership comprised of nine Indigenous-led communities and organizations and the Department of Indigenous Education at UVIC.
NEȾOLṈEW̱ – translated as “one mind, one people” or “doing things as one” in the SENĆOŦEN language – is the central principle of our Partnership.
Together, we are working to understand and enhance Indigenous adults’ contributions to reviving Indigenous languages in Canada.
Research partners together at the Project launch Gathering, September 21, 2018, First Peoples’ House Ceremonial Hall, UVIC, W̱SÁNEĆ & Lekwungen territories