Announcing a public talk (in French)
BABELS - MAKING ANOTHER WORLD POSSIBLE THROUGH TRANSLATION
This talk (in French) is about BABELS, the organization which coordinates the volunteer translation and interpretation services for the World Social Forum and the associated regional and thematic forums -- and about the speaker's personal experience of being part of a team of about 40 interpreters coming from about a dozen countries who provided simultaneous interpretation in four languages at the first Social Forum of the Americas held in Quito, Ecuador, July 25-30, 2004.
BABELS - traduire pour qu’un autre monde soit possible :
L'interprétation simultanée au premier Forum social des Amériquesby James CrombieTuesday, 30 November 2004, 7 p.m.
Université Sainte-Anne, 1695 Highway 1, Pointe-de-l'Église / Church Point, Digby Co., NS CANADA, Bernardin-Comeau Bldg - 34A
by videoconference at the Halifax Campus, 1589 Walnut Street, Halifax, NS CANADAEnglish home page.For more information.