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Language in law

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples view water as integral to country. This resource delves into how their profound ties to country can be reflected in both language and law.

Subject:

English

Year level:

Level 10

A photograph of a dark, still river surrounded by tall trees, ferns and other shrubs.

Yarra River, Warburton, Wurundjeri country. Photographer: Andrew Woodley/Universal Images Group. Source: Getty Images. Used under license.

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