The 2019 South African Sign Language Interpreting in Higher Education Seminar hosted by the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Office for Inclusivity and Change (OIC) and Disability Service will take place on campus this month.
The event will highlight the practice and relevance of Sign Language interpreters' ethics, and will touch on practitioners’ experiences in the higher education sector. The jampacked programme starts at 08:00 on Monday, 21 October.
UCT’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Transformation, Professor Loretta Feris, will open the event with the official welcome. Several speakers from leading universities from across South Africa have also confirmed their attendance, including Natasha Parkins-Maliko from the University of the Witwatersrand and Vicki Fourie from the University of Stellenbosch Language Centre.
The seminar will take place at the Centre for African Studies in the Harry Oppenheimer Institute Building in the Engineering Mall on upper campus, and is expected to cover:
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