Professional Conduct Review Process

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WASLI Newsletter

Enjoy your WASLI newsletter. https://issuu.com/waslimedia/docs/wasli_newsletter__7_-_2018__version … Read More »

Discount to WFD

A Message from World Association of Sign Language Interpreters and World Federation of the Deaf: The organizers of the Paris WFD are happy to offer a discounted registration for interpreters that are attending WASLI, and want to also include WFD in their plans.  Here's what you have to do:  Register for WASLI first.  Then contact WFD organisers at inscriptions.wfd2019@gmail.comto get the discount code needed before registering for WFD.  You will need at attach to the email proof of your WASLI … Read More »

Educational Videos

Dear Members, One of the aspects that we are often asked about is to be able to share presentations that are delivered by presenters from around the world.  We are pleased to be able to offer members access to two presentations given by Dr. Christopher Stone.  These were presentations delivered remotely last month for our collaborative conference in Moscow.  We are sharing these links with Dr. Stone's permission and as part of a bank of training videos that WASLI is compiling.  We look … Read More »

DeafBlind Interpreting National Training and Resource Center

"Protactile philosophy has grown out of the realization that DeafBlind people’s intuitions about tactile communication are stronger than the intuitions sighted people have. This realization has changed the way we communicate with each other, the way we work with interpreters, and more generally, the way we live. We call this way of life and the principles and practices that shape it, 'protactile.' " Jelica Nuccio and aj granda Introducing the second module in the DBI Module Series, brought to … Read More »

Interpreting In Asylum Proceedings

Dear Members, Around the world, interpreters are called upon to work with asylum seekers and refugees, and one of the requests WASLI frequently receives is for information about training. The United Nations has this excellent resource, and while it is not specific to signed language interpreters, we want to share it with you as a very helpful resource.  We encourage you to review the material and consider it as you are creating local or national training to work Deaf people in these … Read More »

Integrated and open interpreter education

Interpreting Studies faculty at Western Oregon University invite you to contribute to an Open Educational Resources (OER) they are developing on educating interpreters. OERs offer authors and readers free and open access to current, relevant, easy-to-access, and free materials. Our intent for this project is to create a space where emerging scholars, from varied and diverse backgrounds,  in the field of signed language interpreting will make contributions with the ability to revise as the … Read More »

WFD WASLI International Sign Interpreter Accreditation

Save the Dates - WFD and WASLI International Sign Interpreter Accreditation Application starts from 3 September to 8 October 2018   Save the Dates - WFD and WASLI International Sign Interpreter Accreditation from World Federation of the Deaf on Vimeo.   World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) and World Association of Sign Language Interpreters (WASLI) are pleased to invite practitioners to save the dates for the application of the WFD-WASLI International Sign Interpreter … Read More »

WASLI Newsletter 06 2018

Dear Members: We hope you are doing well. Our WASLI Oceania Regional Conference will be upon us very soon, and we wanted to get this WASLI Newsletter out to you before that exciting event. Enjoy reading about the training that has taken place in Colombia and in Macau, along with a great interview with a longtime interpreter from Malaysia, Lucy Lim. Wishing you well Debra on behalf of the Board of Directors For Download … Read More »