16 & 17 November 2019
Place: London, United Kingdom
Saturday 16 November: 9.00 - 16.30 hours
Sunday 17 November: 9.00 - 13.00 hours
University of West London (map)
St. Mary’s Road
Ealing, London, W5 5RF, UK
Languages of the seminar are English and international sign. Interpretation International Sign-English is provided during the formal sessions of the program (not during breaks and lunch). If you need interpretation in another language, you need to arrange your own accredited interpreters (please send an email for further information).
The first European seminar on Sign Language Interpreting on TV & Media will take place in London, UK. The aim of the seminar is to present, share and discuss best practices of sign language interpreters working on TV and media. The seminar welcomes all sign language interpreters & translators (deaf and hearing) working with tv and media, on or behind the screen, as well as all professionals involved in this process: technicians, cameramen, programmers, trainers, and others.
Across Europe there is a diversity of practices, guidelines, programs and tools for sign language interpreting and translating on tv and media. To learn from others, each invited presenter will share their expertise, followed by a guided discussion and exchange of other practices with participants.
Call for student volunteers
Are you a student in a sign language interpreting program? Here is your opportunity to be at the seminar: be a volunteer at the seminar! Volunteers will help with registration and other logistics during the seminar. Send your application by 1 July and explain why you would like to volunteer (max. 300 words). You must be an officially registered student in a sign language interpreting program at the moment the seminar takes place. The three selected volunteers will have free access to the seminar.
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Do you have any questions on the seminar? Please send an email
The seminar is organized in cooperation with Vilnius Rehabilitation Center of the Deaf (Lithuania) and Red Bee Media (UK).