A graphic guide to the world’s many tongues.
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Jo Lateu explains why the world’s minority languages matter for all of us - and why we should be fighting for their survival.
The award-winning novelist and film director tells Graeme Green about growing up in rural China, freedom, censorship and loneliness.
In the Adelaide plains, one Aboriginal language is enjoying an unlikely revival, explains Katrina Power.
People living with disability face fear, prejudice and awkwardness in their interactions with others, says Koren Helbig.
Dominik Sipinski reports on the annual film festival held in a refugee camp in the desert.
Photographs depicting extremism in the conflict-stricken region widen the gap between ‘us’ and ‘them’, argues Jose Vericat.
Yiddish has a reputation for being intrinsically funny – but, says Alex Hacillo, there are better reasons for ensuring it doesn’t die out.
Why Steve Parry doesn’t like newspaper columnists.
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It’s like asking whether you should beat your wife weekly or daily, complains Kate Smurthwaite.
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