Posts for "communication" tag


Karina Lester on SA Aboriginal Education Strategy

Following our recent interview with Professor Peter Buckskin, we’re going to continue with a focus on the development of the South Australia Aboriginal Education Strategy and the importance of children being able to learn in... read on

Mobile coverage on APY Lands

In this interview, we find out about the roll-out of mobile phone access across the APY Lands. In November 2017, a Telstra mobile base station was switched on in the Anangu community of Amata on... read on

Looking after our ears

In this interview, we talk about our ears and how healthy or unhealthy they might be and what we can do to improve our ear health. We find out about the long-term effects of having... read on

Colleen Rosas – NT Aboriginal Interpreter Service

This week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio interview is about the importance of using language interpreters if we want to understand each other and communicate clearly in situations where we don’t speak a common language.... read on

Uti Kulintjaku – words to express feelings

This week’s Paper Tracker Radio interview is with two women who are involved in the Uti Kulintjaku Project of the NPY Women’s Council – Renee Kulitja and Angela Lynch. For the past two years, a... read on

Richard King on Governance – Part 1

This is the first part of the interview recorded on 5 June 2015 with Mr Richard King, the APY Interim General Manager. In this first part of the interview, Mr King introduces himself and shares... read on

Linnett Sanchez talks about hearing

This interview is with Linnett Sanchez, Associate Professor of Audiology through Flinders University. Her research work focuses on the ear health of children living in Anangu communities. Linnett has been on the Paper Tracker Radio Show... read on

Paul Eckert: Translating and Life on the Lands – Part 2

This Paper Tracker program includes Part Two of a longer interview with Paul Eckert, the Translation Advisor to the Pitjantjatjara Old Testament Project.   This second part of the interview focuses on the ongoing work... read on

Paul Eckert on translating and life on the Lands – Part 1

This interview is the first part of a longer interview with Paul Eckert, the Translation Advisor to the Pitjantjatjara Old Testament Project. Part One of the interview focuses on the early days of Paul’s involvement... read on

Bernie Clarke on the Church and the APY Lands

This interview is with the Reverend Bernie Clarke, who for many years was a ‘malpa’ (helping friend) to Anangu and who was involved with the Uniting Church on the APY Lands. Revd Bernie Clarke is... read on

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