RMIT presents symposium on Language, Diversity and Global Security

RMIT presents symposium on Language, Diversity and Global Security

The School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, Translating and Interpreting presents a symposium that will explore security issues in multilingual environments through bringing together authors, experts, academics, researchers and practitioners from Australia and overseas in a symposium and will highlight Language, Diversity and Global Security as a significant area of specialisation and research.

Topics include:
Issues in multilingual investigation, interrogation and community policing
Interpreting and Translating in security settings
Language and cultural issues for detainees
War interpreters
The right to fair trial for defendants with limited English proficiency
Impartiality and competency considerations that impact on evidence
Human trafficking Bio-Cultural Diversity and Human Security

For registration, visit:
http://www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au/course_page.php?course=S365109
or go to www.shortcourses.rmit.edu and enter S365109
Fee: $70 (Students/healthcare card holders are eligible for discounted fees. If you are eligible, call +61 3 9925 8111 to enrol)
For inquiries, please email [email protected]

This event is eligible for NAATI revalidation points (40 points)
This event is generously sponsored by:
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