2011, English, Poster, chart, other edition: Why did I become an interpreter? to help our people and keep our language and culture strong / Aboriginal Interpreter Service. [picture] :

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Physical Description
  • 1 poster : col. ; 84 x 60 cm.
Published
  • Darwin, N.T. : Aboriginal Interpreter Service, [2011?]
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Why did I become an interpreter? to help our people and keep our language and culture strong /‚Äč Aboriginal Interpreter Service.
Other Creators
  • Northern Territory. Aboriginal Interpreter Service.
  • Australia
Published
  • Darwin, N.T. : Aboriginal Interpreter Service, [2011?]
Medium
  • [picture] :
Physical Description
  • 1 poster : col. ; 84 x 60 cm.
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Summary
  • Colour lithographic poster promoting the role of the Aboriginal Interpreter Service in the Northern Territory and encouraging more Aboriginal staff to join. The Aboriginal Interpreter Service (AIS) helps to alleviate the language barriers faced by many Indigenous people throughout the Northern Territory. More than one hundred Aboriginal languages and dialects are spoken in the Territory, and many Indigenous Territorians speak English as their third or fourth language. Also to effectively communicate in remote communities in the Territory it is advisable to use an interpreter to ensure your message is delivered accurately in a culturally appropriate manner, and is clearly understood. The poster image shows six Aboriginal interpreters, with the poster captions in three speech bubbles. The background has black banners across the top and bottom and red in the central section.
Notes
  • Caption title.
  • "Understanding each other makes a difference"--At foot of poster.
  • "Australian Government, Northern Territory Government"--At head of poster.
Terms of Use
  • Copyright restrictions may apply.
Language
  • English
Dewey Number
  • 418.02099429
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