SBS resources - are they sufficient?
Senator LUDLAM (Western Australia) (15:45): I move:
That the Senate-
(a) notes that:
(i) in Australia there are twice as many people speaking languages other than English and that Australia is more culturally and racially diverse than 30 years ago, at the time of the formation of the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS), and
(ii) research demonstrates that tensions and fault lines exist in Australia, with particular sensitivity around refugee intake;
(b) notes that Australia's SBS: