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Title Lateline: 02/06/15
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Description 1 streaming video file (28 min. 47 sec.) ; 174621351 bytes
Summary INTERVIEW: ANDREW JENNINGSAndrew Jennings is the author of Omerta: Sepp Blatter's FIFA Organised Crime Family. He spoke to Steve Cannane about how his reporting in this area helped trigger last week's arrests of FIFA executives in Zurich.LOUDER THAN WORDSJasom Om took five deaf people to see the Sydney Film Festival's Ukrainian entry, The Tribe. It is sexually explicit and violent and it is told entirely in sign language, with no speaking or subtitles. This is a story like no other in Lateline's 25 year history...a story that reflects the everyday reality for the deaf community.INDIGENOUS HEALTH FUNDING CONDITIONSThere is concern that the government is asking some indigenous organisations to detail support for the 'Recognise' campaign as part of their funding submissions. The campaign is supporting a 'yes' vote in the upcoming referendum, to recognise indigenous Australians in the constitution
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-06-02 at 22:35:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Government policy.
Corruption investigation.
Football -- Officiating.
Sydney Film Festival.
New South Wales -- Sydney.
Form Streaming video
Author Cannane, Steve, host
Brewster, Kerry, reporter
Om, Jason, reporter
Agius, Joanna, contributor
Bryant, Chris, contributor
Burrow, Sharran, contributor
Campbell, Eric, contributor
Connor, Robert, contributor
Cramp, Rebecca, contributor
Debs, Philip, contributor
Dunn, Dennis, contributor
Girke-Boyle, Marcia, contributor
Hill, Dylan, contributor
Jennings, Andrew, contributor
Philips, Neil, contributor
Sealy, Josh, contributor
Short, Natalie, contributor
Thiele, Dea, contributor
Warner, Jack, contributor
Whittingdale, John, contributor