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Jaru [ddj]
Source: Mirima Dawang Woorlab-gerring Language and Culture Centre and Kimberley Language Resource Centre
Provides NAATI-accredited interpreters for Jaru, Kriol, Kija, Walmajarri and Kukatja languages. Interpreters are trained in areas such as law, health, social work, land claims, government, community affairs, business, tourism.
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Source: Goolarri Media/May Minyingali Butcher/Barbara Sturt/Kimberley Language Resource Centre/others
An oral history in Jaru told through a ‘walking story’, remembered by May Butcher who travelled hundreds of kilometres as a child to visit her sister at Moola Bulla mission
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