Celebrating Interpreting and Translating in Victoria

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We had the opportunity to host an End of Year Celebration for our Victorian Translators and Interpreters in December.

300+ people attended the event, and joining the celebration was the newly appointed Minister for Multicultural Affairs, the Hon. Colin Brooks, MP. He spoke about the essential role Interpreters and Translators have in connecting the Victoria community and ensuring equality for all.

In addition, we were honoured to celebrate with 36 Interpreters who have been with languageLoop for over 30+ Years. Their incredible dedication to serving their community is outstanding.

Please enjoy a few photos from the night. Thanks to our Photographer, Elke Meitzel.

Thank you again to all our Interpreters and Translators who deliver services on behalf of LanguageLoop. Your dedication, professionalism and support are appreciated.

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