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Women's Voices

Saturday, 21 February, 2009

Language Line

Finding information is central to settling in NZ. Language Line is a phone service set up to help remove the barriers to accessing information from government agencies. Diana Clark of Language Lines explains how the service works. Interpretation services are offered for 60 agencies in 44 languages. First b’cast 2009

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