Cultural competencies are essential when interpreting between people of varying cultures. It is important to recognize how cultural differences impact the interpreting needs. This webshop was designed with Najma Johnson. It provides an overview of structures of oppression and privilege using the theory of kyriarchy. It also discusses intersectionality in the Deaf, DeafBlind, and hard of hearing communities.
- Defines structures of oppression and privilege.
- Uses case studies to illustrate how a person’s lived experience can impact how they interact with mental health systems.
- Provides tools to help interpreters develop cultural competencies.
Webshops are offered on demand once opened. Registration will remain open until December 3, 2018. Registration for webshops is not limited to a specific number of participants.
To be eligible for CEUs you must complete the pre-assessment, watch all the videos, complete self-reflection activities and quizzes, and complete the post-assessment.
CEUs will be posted to RID member transcripts quarterly by April 15, July 15, October 15, and December 21.