Language rights and Indigenous human rights in Central Australia
In this Policy Insights paper we use the successful COVID-19 health messaging in an Indigenous language as a lever to explore the ways in which communication rights for Anangu are coupled with their collective rights as Indigenous Australians, as a particular strand of human rights. There is a fundamental relationship between the recognition of language rights and Anangu being able to more readily realise other human rights. This extends beyond issues of comprehension and enabling freedom of...[Show more]
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