Indigenous communities working hard to preserve their language


In 2001 the Department of the Environment and Heritage published a report that declared Australia might lose all its Indigenous languages by 2050. Today, Indigenous communities across Australia are working hard to preserve Australia’s linguistic heritage.

In some parts of the country, this means languages are being revived, which is reconnecting people to their land and culture.

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