IFLC International

International Festival of Language and Culture (‘IFLC’) is the largest and most prominent organisation for promoting world languages and cultures.

It is dedicated to cultivate and educate the youth and create a platform to share their cultural heritage with their peers around the world.

IFLC is an annual celebration that showcases the diversity of linguistic talents from across the globe, with the sole vision of uniting nations of the world through universal human values and also promoting inclusiveness. It’s the living embodiment of respect, harmony and peace that can be achieved with the universal language of art, dance and music – colours of the world.

The celebration promotes cultural and linguistic diversity and the values of universal peace, love and friendship through the medium of song and dance.

IFLC started in 2003 in Turkey with students from 17 countries. In 2015, 160 countries took part in the events across the world with more than 2000 participants.

We are trying to promote research, learning, and information exchanges in support of peace, friendship, and understanding. Students try to engage with the visitors and the local community through initiating and participating in social, cultural, and educational activities. They are building strong ties and lasting friendships, and raising hopes for world peace.
It is our mission to rise on the wings of art and music and promote peace, love, and cultural encounters throughout the world with a vision of uniting nations of the world under universal values.

The IFLC is currently held in more than 20 different countries and attracts more than 2000 participants from more than 145
countries. The colourful showcase of culture and language through the medium of performing arts, creates a positive synergy on and off stage; promoting long-lasting friendships between the participants and instills goodwill partnerships for future projects.

In 2018, the global IFLC franchise will celebrate its 16th year and it will be the 4th IFLC in Australia.

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