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314: International Mother Language Day (featuring Ingrid Piller)
 
How do we keep mother languages alive?

Governments, organisations, and the public are starting to recognise the importance of maintaining home languages as a way of preserving language diversity. But how do we do this? Where are we falling short?

We'll find some answers on this episode of Talk the Talk.

Show notes and transcript

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