Australia’s Book Famine
Australia’s existing copyright laws are restricting over 400,000 vision impaired Australians from purchasing a range of braille and audio books.
Legislation drafted last December has the ability to end this ‘book famine’.
But a lack of government action may see this period extended.
To find out what needs to happen next, reporter Rachael Ward spoke to former disability discrimination commissioner Graeme Innes.
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