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Recordings available: Humanitarian Interpreting and Interpreter Training

The Translation and Interpreting Studies program at Monash organised a symposium on humanitarian interpreting on April 1-2 2016. It looked at the challenges and the opportunities in the provision and use of interpreters in conflict zones, disaster zones, refugee camps and terrorism trials, as well as adequate training solutions for such contexts of work. It was attended by more than 120 participants each day: practitioners, trainers and researchesr, but also end-users, policy-makers, representatives of NGOs, and stakeholders from the full spectrum of industries were represented.

Videos and recordings from this event are now available via their webpage.

Fri 27 May 2016, 04:30 | Tags: Australia, Monash, Melbourne, MITN, policy, humanitarian, refugee, interpreting

Domestic Violence and Interpreting: A National Forum

On 24-25 September 2015, the Translation & Interpreting Studies Program, Monash University will convene a forum in Melbourne addressing the area of domestic violence and the provision of interpreting services for victims of domestic violence and their families.