Saturday, May 20, 2006

Interpreter Resource Bonanza has a great guide to Interpretation and Translation Resources for the Criminal Justice System by Ken Strutin (March 15, 2006). Here you'll find links to materials for federal and state courts, Spanish glossaries, ethical codes for interpreters, and resources for the deaf and hard of hearing and their interpreters.

Thanks to Sabrina Pacifici at LLRX for the tip.

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Image: section of Language Identification Flashcard, developed 2010 U.S. Census. "LEP" stands for "Low English Proficiency" -- playing on the acronym, this website is called "Let Everyone Participate." It has information aimed at federal agencies, at recipients of federal funds, and at individuals and organizations. It also links to the Federal Information Center's multilanguage gateway.

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