By: Michal Schuster, PhD
Department of Translation and Interpreting Studies
Bar Ilan University

In May 2014, a joint initiative gave birth to Israel’s first medical interpreting course for Tigrinya- and English-speaking asylum seekers.

Besides being unique and inspiring, the course challenged not only the organizers and the participants, but also the Israeli medical establishment, civil society, and policy-makers at large. In this presentation, I share some of our main insights following the course.

Download the presentation here.

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