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PREPARING A BUSINESS CASE FOR INTERPRETATION
This section will help organizations to prepare an effective business case for securing the material resources and buy-in needed to provide interpretation services. It can be used by front line staff for presentation to management/administration or by administration to be presented to a decision maker/funding partner.
We hope that you and your organization can draw upon this information to develop and implement interpretation services and other programs and services that address language barriers.
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Language Interpretation: The Preferred Option for Addressing Language Barriers to Service Access for Newcomers in Ontario, A Review of the Evidence
|Annotated Bibliography on Language Access and Interpretation||Link|
|Cost Effectiveness of Language Services – Annotated Bibliography||Link|
|Language Interpretation Articles||Link|
|Language Interpretation Related Lawsuits in the United States||Link|