A platform for community sector workers and other interested parties to share information, resources, training and policy updates with regards to access to interpreting / translation services in the provision of information and services for people with limited English proficiency.   

 

 
 

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Many Languages One Voice is a campaign led by Professionals Australia (formerly APESMA) together with their members who are Interpreters and Translators across Australi. The campaign is working to achieve the following objectives: For the general community to value the work undertaken by...
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The National Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) has finalised the dates for the Queensland New Interpreter Project for 2013/14 and they are detailed on their website . The eligible languages are listed in the Information Booklet. However, we have also been given approval to place...
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The Queensland Accessing Interpreters Working Group developed and launched its second report in October 2012, titled "Still a Matter of Interpretation". It provides a contemporary snapshot of the state of language service provision in Queensland. The report is available here (or accessible via the...
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Introduction The TIS National Real Estate Agencies Pilot has recently been expanded to include more areas of new settlement. The pilot aims to assist newly arrived humanitarian entrants and permanent residents to independently navigate the private residential property market. An evaluation of the...
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