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We represent translators and interpreters right across Australia.
Translators and Interpreters Australia believes you should get the respect, recognition and reward you deserve.
We are part of the Professionals Australia network with more than 25,000 members across Australia.
We bring translators and interpreters together not only to work for better wages and to ensure your rights are protected, but to help resolve the issues facing your profession.Learn More Join Online
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Survey request for interpreters …
If you work as an interpreter and have experience interpreting in the area of domestic violence, we invite you to take part in a survey which forms part of a doctoral research project undertaken through the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies at RMIT University.
It involves studying the experiences of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse women victims/survivors of domestic violence, service providers and interpreters in domestic violence service settings. Your feedback about your experience as an interpreter with experience in working in the area of domestic violence is essential in ensuring interpreters’ voice is heard within the project. The survey is anonymous and it should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete.
To complete the survey, please follow this link: https://rmit.asia.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8pSjG8loUiIJf49
We encourage you to circulate the link to the survey to your peers and colleagues. Closing date for the survey is 31 July.
You will find a Participant Information Statement as the first section of the online survey. For any questions, please contact the researcher Olga Garcia-Caro (email@example.com) or her supervisors Dr Caroline Norma (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Assoc Prof Suellen Murray (email@example.com).