Interpreting for victim-survivors of domestic violence in police interviews

hosted by APCI

Start: Thursday, 06 May 2021 17:00

End: Thursday, 06 May 2021 18:30

  • About this event

    In this presentation, Rebecca Tipton will report on recent research that examines interpreting for victim-survivors of domestic violence and abuse in police interviews and in charity sector support organisations. The presentation will explore the problem of vulnerability in police interviews, how different parties to the interaction respond to perceived vulnerability and implications for interpreter decision-making. It will also open up discussions on the challenges interpreters face when working with victim-survivors across multiple service interventions in a short period, and on interpreting in situations where victim-survivors seek to communicate directly in (very limited) English, bypassing the interpreter.

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    This is an online webinar that will be delivered over the Zoom platform. Zoom best practice is for attendees to use a headset with a microphone as this will give you the best user experience, but it is not mandatory.

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