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International Sign training with Juli af Klintberg

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International Sign training: (FULLY BOOKED!) Basic for beginners working as a Sign Language Interpreter – 25 February on Zoom, 10:00 – 13:00 CEST – 3, 10, 17 and 24 March on Zoom, 10:00 – 13:00 CEST – 6-7 April, on-site in Paris (13 rue d’Hauteville, 75010 Paris, France) My name is Juli af Klintberg, born Continue Reading

The toolkit for European national associations of sign language interpreters

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The toolkit for European nations associations of sign language interpreters In 2023, EFSLI embarked on a dedicated mission to enhance the working conditions of European sign language interpreters. We’re pleased to share the results of this collective effort – our newly introduced toolkit, generously funded by the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). 🔍 Continue Reading

Webinar with Delphine Thomas: Exploration of a gender-inclusive practice in France

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Webinar: Exploration of a gender-inclusive practice in France 17 January 2024, 18:00–20:00 CEST on Zoom Course outline While LSF (French Sign Language) seems to have only a few gender markers, gender is very present in the French language and very binary. That traditional paradigm does not conform with the vision of gender as a spectrum Continue Reading

Webinar with Debra Russell: Interpreting in Educational Contexts: Ideologies, Myths & Realities

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Webinar: Interpreting in Educational Contexts: Ideologies, Myths & Realities 29 November 2023, 18:00–20:00 CET on Zoom Course outline This presentation will explore what it means to interpret for Deaf children and youth in educational settings, through an exploration of some of the ideologies, myths and realities. We will examine the factors that shape the experience Continue Reading

New webinar is coming up! 11 October 2023: Interpreters’ wellbeing by Tim Richardson & Vicci Ackroyd

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Theme: The webinar will explore the values underpinning our ethical codes, and find ways of making the best decisions when those values come into conflict with each other. WHEN?: 11 October 2023, 18:00–20:00 CET. Course outline Interpreters work in a wide area of settings, there are times when work can leave us with thoughts and Continue Reading

“Uncomfortable conversations” (part 2!) – by Azaria Francis

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“Uncomfortable conversations” (part 2) – by Azaria Francis Being anti racist, impact vs intent and more.  Timing: Wednesday 26th of April 2023, 18:00-20:00 (CEST) Languages: the webinar will be presented in English and interpretation into IS will be provided. Registrations: open till 17th April 2023 (link to registration) Description: Continuing the dialogue about the importance of Equity, Continue Reading

“Uncomfortable conversations” (part 1) – by Azaria Francis 22nd March 2023

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“Uncomfortable conversations” (part 1) – by Azaria Francis Being an effective ally, gender stereotypes and more.   Timing: 22nd of March 2023, 18:00-20:00 (CET) Languages: the webinar will be presented in English and interpretation into IS will be provided. Registrations: open till 13th March 2023 (link to registration) Description:  During this webinar, a safe space will Continue Reading

2022 October 5th Webinar: “The translated deaf self” by prof. Jemina Napier

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We are delighted to host another efsli webinar: “The translated deaf self, ontological (in)security and deaf culture”; presented by prof. Jemina Napier. Timing: October 5th 2022, 18:00-20:00 (CEST BRUSSELS TIME) Languages: the webinar will be presented in IS and interpretation into English will be provided. Description of the seminar: The ‘Translating the Deaf Self’ project, funded Continue Reading

2021 DC-Schema Series of Webinar with Robyn Dean

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Practical applications of Demand Control Schema Registration deadline: 4th September 2021 What are the webinars about? 11th September 2021: “Talking about ethics (and how not to…)” Daniel Kahneman said that talking about ethics, “requires a richer vocabulary than is available in everyday language.” In other words, talking about ethics and reasoning through decisions require a Continue Reading

2018 Winter school in Skopje

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From 9th to 11th November 2018 In cooperation with Zdruzenie Na Tolkuvaci Na Makedonski Znakoven Jazik (Association Of Macedonian Sign Language Interpreters). This training will investigate best practices in co-working as a formal learning for Deaf and Hearing interpreter teams. Address of the training venue: Megjunarodna fondacija Boris Trajkovski Kosturski Heroi br.17/21 Skopje, Former Yugoslav Continue Reading