AIIC Switzerland - Briefing and Discussion on Remote Interpreting

30 Nov 19

10:30 — 17:30

Bern, Switzerland

AIIC regional event

Venue:

Venue tbc - watch this space!

Registration required!
Please register by 22 Nov 2019

Organised by
Region SWITZERLAND - Other bureau members

Contact: Rawdha CAMMOUN-CLAVERIA 

As agreed by the Regional Meeting that was held at the end of April, tackling remote interpreting (RI) and understanding the main issues around it is now a must. The membership decided we had to roll up our sleeves and reflect, internally, on this subject, before organising an RI seminar in 2020. The Regional Bureau is happy to announce that the Ad Hoc Working Group on Remote interpreting (RI-WG) is now up and running. 

It is composed of:

  • Amy Brady, UN Staff
  • Gabriel Cordova, freelancer 
  • Joshua Goldsmith, freelancer 
  • Ana Liñana-Aguilar, freelancer 
  • Lucía Mariño, freelancer

On 30 November, the RI-WG will present the work it has done so far and we will have an opportunity to discuss the challenges and opportunities of remote interpreting as a Region in preparation for the seminar planned for 29 February 2020.

The event venue is to be confirmed.


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