Seminar – Justice interpreting: The need for quality standards, London, UK

450px-Euston_tube_stn_Northern_Charing_X_branch_roundelA seminar is being organized on Saturday 23 February 2013 from 11 am to 3 pm, by Professional Interpreters for Justice. The title is “Justice interpreting: The need for quality standards” and it is to be held at The Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London NW1, nearest tube: Euston or Euston Square.

Speakers will include Liese Katschinka, President of EULITA and Hilary Maxwell‐Hyslop of IoLET, Alex Tinsley, Fair Trials International, Penny Arbuthnot, Involvis PR and Press advisor, with members of PI4J’s Steering Committee.

If you wish to register for this free seminar, and with just 80 places available the organizers recommend you do so without delay, you can do so by email sent to Mrs Lalia White at by 17.00 on Monday 11 February 2013.

Attendance is welcome from all RPSIs (registered public service interpreters).

A full programme will be published shortly, but the organizers have said that there will be a report on progress of the PI4J campaign, including meetings with the Minister and the Ministry of Justice. There will also be a presentation of the findings from the shortly to be announced online opinion survey of RPSIs, which will be made by Mrs Penny Arbuthnot, Director of Involvis.


390px-Holborn_(100557569)_(2)The venue has been changed due to over-subscription, so if you had information showing an address in Holborn, this is no longer correct. Lunch arrangements also seem to have been altered.

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