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As stated before, I practised CI with UN live TV, esp. the column of Meeting and Events, and for a proper comparison between my interpreting and the original, I think the meeting record will be an effective tool.

After I took the training of How to Find a UN Document series, I still struggled to find the right meeting record. I had thought the information below each video should be an effective hint, yet it never worked out for me.

Dear seniors, do you have any good advice? Thanks for your time and attention. :-)

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Hello,

For General Assembly material, the easiest point of entry is the link below:

http://gadebate.un.org/

This will give you a list of all the speakers with video and audio footage in the original / English plus a pdf of the written speech.

Enjoy! Alex

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answered 10 Dec '15, 05:20

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