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I would like to know something about how an interpreter can work in a conflict zone next to a reporter or a journalist. How one can be preparred to go abroad, if there's a school that prepare them to work and face that social e political difficult situations. Thank you very much

asked 16 Jan '14, 04:04

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You'll find some information about basic rights, responsibilities, and practices here:

The first conflict zone field guide

There are two other questions related to interpreters in conflict zones:


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answered 16 Jan '14, 06:57

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