Interpreting for movements. Open introductory session (ONLINE)

You might wonder – why does interpreting matter?

Well, we know we need to organize and communicate across borders, but at the same time language keeps on being a mostly invisible barrier to that work, excluding people and slowing down exchange and learning.

If you’d like to see for yourself what interpreting (simultaneous translation) is about and whether it is something you could imagine doing, then don’t hesitate to join an introductory online session on April 10th, 7.30 to 9pm CET.

It will be run in English, but exercises will be available in different languages.

And if you decide it’s something you’d like to continue training, there will be three additional training sessions in April and May, and maybe an in-person meeting this summer!

On the 10th we will meet on zoom:

Meeting ID: 926 0131 2710
Pass code: 787302

Make sure you join (ideally from a laptop) with a stable connection and
sound quality.


Apr 10 2024


7:30 pm - 9:00 pm




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