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When will we ever learn? A case in support of a new relationship with remote-living Australians

Peter  Toyne

Peter Toyne

qualifications: PhD Education

position: Board member

Retired Parliamentarian with a long history of work in education and community development. Interests include education and health services in remote communities. Use of telecommunications and broadcast media in remote settings and the general social impacts of interaction between Indigenous groups and government and commercial processes.


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