(TOOL) (€) – Videoconference and Remote Interpreting in Criminal Proceedings | Sabine Braun & Judith L. Taylor


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To round off this week of books, I would like to make you aware of Videoconference and Remote Interpreting in Criminal Proceedings, edited by Sabine Braun & Judith L. Taylor and published by Intersentia.

The book forms part of the AVIDICUS project on video-mediated interpreting. The project website contains a wealth of information, including the content of the book here, and a number of reports and extensive resources which are available for download.

I would like to highlight the latest Research Report, published in June 2016, focused on videoconferencing (VC) solutions for legal proceedings that involve an interpreter. The project conducted a comprehensive assessment of existing VC solutions in the justice sector across Europe, and reports on such areas as …


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