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Preserving Australia’s Indigenous Languages

Australia once flourished with an astonishing variety of nearly 250 distinct Indigenous languages. However, only around 13 of these languages remain in common use today. The impact of colonisation on Indigenous languages underscores the urgent need to protect and honour this remarkable cultural heritage. 

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