Invisible language learners: what educators need to know about many First Nations children

Of the original 250-plus languages and over 750 dialects spoken by First Nations peoples before 1788, only 12 are being learned by children today

From The Conversation:

'However, widely spoken contact languages – creoles and dialects – have emerged. One example is Aboriginal English, which is a bro

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Will this letter to the newspapers help end savage treatment in UK ‘hospitals’? Is your country doing better?

There are 2,085 adults and children with a learning disability and/or who are autistic in inpatient units

The CBF (Challenging Behaviour Foundation), alongside charities Rightful Lives, Learning Disability England, Mencap and National Autistic Society, have written to The Independent newspaper ... c

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Do you have links with Malawi? There is an important appeal for help here. Also Peter Limbrick asks for help

1. Dalitso Ngwira of the Visual Hearing Impairment Membership Association (VIHEMA) association of Deafblind people in Malawi is looking for help and support.  Needs are most acute in the districts of Nsanje, Chikhwawa, Phalombe, Machinga, Karonga, Chitipa and Mwanza.

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Child Rights Connect

For the realisation of children’s rights through the United Nations human rights system

They say: ‘We are an independent, non-profit network made up of more than 85 national, regional, and international organisations.

‘Through our members we reach out to every country on the planet. Our shared

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