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Research on Bullying among Translators and Interpreters

16 Nov 2020

Dr Jonathan Downie is an independent researcher doing a project on bullying among translators and interpreters.

The aim of his project is to improve translator and interpreter wellbeing by collecting data on the scope and extent of bullying among translators and interpreters. To do this, he has prepared an anonymous survey.

Each association taking part will receive a brief report on the results from their members and how they compare to the overall average. Dr Downie will also write an open access academic paper, with the associations anonymised, to help researchers studying the social worlds in which translators and interpreters work.

Click the link below to take part in the survey:

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