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The role of translators and interpreters in social inclusion.
Translators and interpreters provide impartial and objective language services that play a critical role in multilingual and multicultural societies by facilitating communication between community members with language barriers and the wider community. Join us for a symposium that seeks to recognize this contribution made by the translators and interpreters and seeks to highlight achievements, acknowledge failures and identify needs and future directions in Australia and elsewhere.
Opening Speech: Professor Daniel Gile
Closing Speech: Senator the Hon Concetta Fierravanti-Wells
This symposium marks the celebration of the 40th anniversary of translator and interpreter training at RMIT University.
Registration and bookings
Student / concession $50
Only limited places available. Register online now.
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