International Council on Fhasen Conventions
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The International Council on Fhasen Conventions (ICFC) is an international organization dedicated to the cataloguing, preservation, and promulgation of the Fhasen dialect in particular and Gaelic tongues as a whole, especially in diaspora communities abroad. The body is considered a front organization of the Fhainnin government's National Arts and Treasures Bureau and acts in a manner mostly subordinate to Fhainnin state interests.
|Motto||"Teaching Our Tongue"|
|Formation||established April 25th, 1956|
|Headquarters||ICFC Administration Center|
|Northern Levantia, diaspora|
|Services||Language courses, educational material on Fhasen|
|38 million (T)|
|Expenses (2020)||36.6 million (T)|
|up to 5000 annually|
|Website||www.icfc.com/(fs or eng)|
The ICFC was named by Fiannrian officials as a 'subversive group' in 1965 after it was revealed the ICFC had been distributing material aimed at reinforcing Faneria-specific cultural elements and 'secessionist sentiment' within the (vandarch disputed territory); while the material itself was technically innocuous, the context of the region's long history as a Fanerian province and troubles with the reintegration into Fiannria meant that both states acted aggressively and uncooperatively, exasperating the situation and starting a diplomatic incident that required mediation by the League of Nations to resolve. Faneria has since continued to promote the preservation of the unique mixed culture of ______, although it has abided by the agreement to reign in the ICFC, which was forced to fire several prominent members as a result of the scandal.