KLRC

(redirected from Kimberley Language Resource Centre)
AcronymDefinition
KLRCKenya Law Reform Commission (Nairobi, Kenya)
KLRCKimberley Language Resource Centre (Halls Creek, WA)
KLRCKansas Lipidomics Research Center
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The McGowan Government is supporting maintaining traditional languages in the Kimberley through a $100,000 grant to the Kimberley Language Resource Centre.
The Kimberley Language Resource Centre was established as an independent, community-based Aboriginal organisation in 1984.
This emergent regional consciousness was expressed in the establishment of a number of regional organisations: the KLC, the Kimberley Language Resource Centre (KLRC) and the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre (KALACC).
Both the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre and the Kimberley Language Resource Centre, sister organisations to the KLC, were established in 1984.
Thangani Bunuba--Bunuba Stories, Halls Creek, Kimberley Language Resource Centre.
Part of the submission to Bringing Them Home from the Kimberley Language Resource Centre stated that:
Thanks must also go to the Kimberley Land Council and Kimberley Language Resource Centre for facilitating this research and to Kate Golson, Joseph Blythe and Mary Anne Taylor for logistical and personal assistance in the field.
For Karajarri traditional owners and the other tribes with Native Title aspirations, the denunciation by the AOG of Aboriginal identity, laws and culture, and its condemnation of advocacy organisations such as the KLC, the Kimberley Language Resource Centre and the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre, is a cause for major concern.
2001, 2005; see also Kimberley Language Resource Centre 1998; Marshall 1988; Pannell 2000; Yu 2000, 2002), (15) it can be inferred that Kimberley indigenous stories and activities regularly explicate complex matters relating to how people interact with, and subsequently form attachments to, the river and other water-places.
Joyce Hudson, Kimberley Language Resource Centre, <jhudson@tpg.
Eirlys Richards, independent scholar, Broome, affiliated with Kimberley Language Resource Centre
The hut's social significance was assessed through extensive discussion with representatives from interested community groups, including the local police, the Halls Creek Shire, and a variety of Aboriginal organisations, such as the Puranyangu Rangka Kerrem radio, Ngoonjuwah Council, Kimberley Language Resource Centre and, as mentioned above, individual Aboriginal people such as two ex-trackers and several inmates.