How do we navigate the pandemic? Intercultural dialogue in teaching and learning
As we come to the end of 2020, an opportunity to reflect on what living through the Covid-19 pandemic meant for us professionally and personally is warranted. Dr Lucas Santos reflects on the issues that Covid-19 has brought to the forefront in
Building intercultural skills in the global world of sustainability: What do students think?
The Faculties of Science, Arts, and Business and Economics, and the Monash Sustainable Development Institute, have partnered to deliver the interdisciplinary Master of Environment and Sustainability, a course that won a 2019 national Banksia
Monash Indonesia Cultural Awareness program
The Monash Intercultural Lab and the Herb Feith Indonesia Engagement Centre have successfully collaborated to offer a professional development training workshop for staff heading over to the Monash Indonesia campus.
Research Brief: The role of language technologies and government policies to facilitate and support effective multicultural and multilingual crisis communication
In this brief, we highlight the need for teamwork from language experts and policy makers to effectively communicate health information to culturally and linguistically diverse communities in the current pandemic as well as be better prepared for
MITN Translators’ Café: The cost of translation bungles during a pandemic
Translation errors in government messages aimed at multicultural communities during the Covid-19 pandemic have been widely reported on in the media.
New publication on Chinese-English interpreting and intercultural communications
Big congratulations to our colleagues Dr. Jim Hlavac and Dr. Zhichang Xu for the publication of their monograph -- Chinese-English Interpreting and Intercultural Communication.
New publication on young people and gender equality by Jacob Thomas
Jacob Thomas has a newly published piece in Springer's Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals - Gender Equality.