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Interpreter as Accomplice: A Values-Based Practice Framework (IAA-T-01 Asynch)


Description
Interpreter as Accomplice is a framework that was introduced to the interpreting field during the summer of 2017 at the SLC, Utah RID Conference. In this workshop, Jonathan provides an overview of what it means to be an accomplice and the value of engaging in accomplice thinking and behaving in the context of living in systems of dominance, marginalization, and oppression.

*IAA: A Values-Based Practice (Framework Overview) - This course contains a recording of the 3/9/22 live session. You will have SEVEN (7) days from date of registration to complete this course. Participants seeking to earn a certificate of completion and/or RID CEUs may view the recording in full, and respond to the quiz linked at the end of this course. A score of 70% or greater is required for successful completion and the processing of CEUs. This activity has been approved for 0.15 RID CEUs in the Professional Studies: Power, Privilege and Oppression category.
Content
  • Welcome
  • Slide Deck for optional Download
  • View Recording
  • Engagement Quiz
  • Evaluation
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed