UK exam results disaster, laws silencing sexual violence survivors, WA language centre reviving Indigenous language

Monday, 31 August 2020 - 7:00am to 8:30am


Alice speaks to speak with Sarah, a teacher from the UK, who’s currently teaching at a British international school outside of the UK, about the extent of the exam disaster in the UK and what that has meant for students.


Around 7.30am this morning Ella speaks to Dr Rachael Burgin, about the law which prevents sexual assault survivors publicly speaking about their experience.


At around 8am Claudia speaks to Mr David Newry and Dr Knut Olawsky from the Mirima Dawang Woorlab-gerring Language and Cultural Centre (Mirima Language Centre) in Kununurra, north east Western Australia about their work reviving the critically endangered Mirriwoong language and the Centre's response to the Federal Government's Close the Gap 2020 agreement regarding Indigenous languages.

You can access Dr Knut Olawsky's paper titled " Concerns over funding for Australian Indigenous langugaes" and the Centre's letter to the Prime Minister of Australia at