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Ethics and Intersectionality: Interpreting for People Who are Deafblind

We will focus on cultivating a deeper understanding of the ethical aspects of Deafblind interpreting using vignettes, examination of lived experiences, contextualization, and analysis of our personal biases.

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Ethics and Intersectionality: Interpreting for People Who are Deafblind
Ethics and Intersectionality: Interpreting for People Who are Deafblind

Time & Location

Nov 21, 2021, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

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This workshop is designed for interpreters who have already taken an introductory workshop or course in Deafblind interpreting. We will focus on cultivating a deeper understanding of the ethical aspects of Deafblind interpreting using vignettes, examination of lived experiences, contextualization, and analysis of our personal biases. We will also focus on the role of intersectionality in Deafblind interpreting.

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Tickets

  • Event Ticket

    This event has been approved for 0.4 CEU's (DB in MI)

    $60.00
  • Non-CEU Ticket

    This ticket is not eligible for CEU's or a Certificate of Participation

    $45.00

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