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Catalogue of Initiatives
We Speak Translate Project
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The We Speak Translate project is a first of its kind collaboration between Google Translate and the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA), BC, Canada, which uses the Google Translate app to aid in refugee resettlement and newcomer inclusion in communities. The We Speak Translate project addresses the number one barrier to new immigrant integration – language – by re-purposing technology as a tool and symbol for welcoming communities – which value diversity and inclusion.
The We Speak Translate webinar’s length is 50 minutes and the suggested number of participants is 25-35 with a minimum number of 8 participants. The We Speak Translate training is free and it includes a facilitator, Google Translate training and We Speak Translate decals for all participants (there is a $6 fee for mailing decals to webinar participants).
|Title||We Speak Translate Project|
|Date launched||April 2017|
|Type of Resource||Other [Free Webinar on using the Google Translate App]|
|Online or Blended||OL|
|Learning objectives||The learning objectives of the webinar are the following:
|Target group||Organizations, business, institutions and community groups|
|Evaluation results/ monitoring plan||The evaluation of the project is available here.(October 2018)|
|Recognition or certification of learning||Upon completion of the free, 50 minute training session, participants receive a We Speak Translate decal. A visible symbol of their community to promote diversity and communication across language barriers.|
|Financing and sustainability model||Project funders:
United Way Greater Victoria
|Leading Organization||The Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA)|
|Contact Person||Kate Longpre, M.A.
Community Integration Coordinator
Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria