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Schedule of live streamed presentations*
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Kristal Kinsela and Grant Sarra
Prime Minister’s video message
Craig Richie, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
Dr Chris Sarra, Director, Strong Smart Solutions and Co-Chair, Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council
Short form presentations showcasing a variety of projects delivered by language centres across Australia together with language projects by Indigenous Community Television (ICTV).
Rory O’Connor, Yugambeh Museum
Xavier Barker, Pama Language Centre
David Nathan, Anindilyakwa, Groote Eylandt Language Centre (Ajamurnda)
Stacie Saltner, Central Queensland Language Centre
Rita Cattoni and Kiara Bailey, Indigenous Community Television
Presenters explore a range of innovative and successful projects and look at why some approaches work better than others, the use of different tools for different communities and how to engage with a young Indigenous audience.
Faith Baisden, First Languages Australia and Yale McGillivray, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Delilah MacGillivray, Indigenous Digital Excellence
Terrie Lowe, Muurbay Language Centre
Mikaela Jade, Indigital
Callum Clayton-Dixon, Young Champion, First Languages Australia
This session considers:
collecting, conserving & disseminating language – identifying the issues and ways to protect language
language and culture in the online environment.
Robyn Ayres, Arts Law
Tasha James, National Film and Sound Archive
Kathy Bowrey, University of New South Wales
This panel focuses on education pathways in language teaching and learning, first languages in schools and the curriculum, and online learning resources.
Daryn McKenny, Miromaa Aboriginal Language & Technology Centre
Geoff Anderson, First Languages Australia
Emma Murphy, Resource Network for Linguistic Diversity
This panel presents different perspectives on communities where:
spoken language is strong and is experiencing reinvigoration
Elders still speak language however, wider community knowledge is still developing,
language is being reclaimed after not being spoken for long periods of time.
Dr Stan Grant AM, Wiradjuri Elder
Dr Doug Marmion, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
Lesley Woods, PhD Candidate
Professor Jakelin Troy, University of Sydney
Professor Ghil’ad Zuckerman, Barngarla Language Advisory Committee, University of Adelaide
Review of the main themes emerging from the Convention and recap.
Kristal Kinsela, Grant Sarra and Devon Bunce
*Please note there may be changes to the live stream schedule.