Translating Justice Webinar Series

  • Translating Justice Partners: Vera Institute of Justice, Case de Esperanza’s National Latin@ Network, Mujeres Unides y Activas, Asian Pacific Islanders Institute on Gender Based Violence, IGNITE, National Center on Victim of Crime, and consultant Alice Sykora

The Webinar Series presents the entire Translating Justice Curriculum in webinar format. The Translating Justice Initiative was created to develop a comprehensive language access curriculum addressing the training needs of crime victim service providers around language access for people with limited English proficiency and people who are Deaf and hard of hearing.



This eight-part webinar series covers the entire seven-module curriculum:

  • Language Access and Why It Matters
  • Providing Meaningful Access: Where to Start
  • Language Access Planning
  • Language Access Needs Assessment and Resources
  • Working with Interpreters: Enhancing Communications with Individuals with Limited English Proficiency and Individuals Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Parts I and II
  • Providing a Bridge Between Languages: Translation, Technology, and Other Assistive Language Needs
  • Language Access Planning: Monitoring and Quality Assurance

Online Resources

Published on:
September 6, 2019
Resource Type:
Communities of Focus:
Deaf people, Immigrants and/or Individuals with Limited English Proficiency
Intended Audience:
Advocates, Attorneys, Judges, Law Enforcement Officers, Other, Other First Responders, VOCA Administrators