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Concluding video

In this video Marta Moskal, Grazie Imperiale, Giovanna Fassetta and Jamie Spurway summarise the course’s main points.

As this is a short course destined for a diverse audience, we had to be quite selective about the topics. We are not claiming that this course is, on its own, sufficient to address the many – and very complex – needs of the people who interpret for asylum seekers, refugees and immigrants in general – or of those who are planning to. However, we hope that you are ending this course feeling that you learnt something you did not know before, and with the desire to learn more.

Please tell us about your learning experience on the course in the comment section by answering the following questions:

  • Did this course make you reflect and/or did you learn something new?

  • Is there anything the course touched upon which you would like to know more about?

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Interpreting for Refugees: Contexts, Practices and Ethics

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