Innovative seminars, workshops and educational programs on translation, interpreting, cultural mediation and intercultural communication for vulnerable populations.
Provision of translation services from qualified and specialized translators in more than 15 languages.
Consecutive, simultaneous and whispered interpreting for conferences, business meetings, as well as cultural mediation.
Events based on language and culture raising awareness on issues of multilingualism and multiculturalism.
memberships in international professional and changemaking networks
trainees attended our workshops
direct beneficiaries and participants in our events
“Personally, I didn’t have any experience as a Cultural Mediator, and the program helped me understand the difference between interpretation and cultural mediation. Also, the modules of cultural mediation in healthcare and legal interpreting taught me about the human and legal rights of the beneficiaries. The curriculum was truly comprehensive.”
“I would like to thank The Language Project for the unique emotions and the valuable knowledge for my professional future as an Interpreter and Cultural Mediator. The people I met, with different cultural backgrounds, were very important to me, because they shared with me their experience from their working environment and they helped me realize many things about myself and my job. The atmosphere was very welcoming and the teachers were true professionals.”
“The Cultural Mediation training program and all its modules helped my do my job better and maintain a more professional attitude in my working environment.
It was an unforgettable experience.
Thank you all for creating such a comprehensive program.”
“This 3-month program helped very much and I consider it as a small trip full of knowledge. It helped me understand the power of language in regards to the unity and communication between people. I found the methodology of the use of language very useful and I believe the seminar provided me with all the tools I need to become better at my job. For me, it was a comprehensive program that aimed at defining my professional role as a cultural mediator.”