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Registration form: Eighth session of the IPBES Plenary


Registration deadline: 17 May 2021

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To register for #IPBES8 Stakeholder Days please use the dedicated form: https://ipbes.net/ipbes-8/stakeholderdays/registration 

 

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  • ‘The remote simultaneous interpretation of the proceedings is provided by the United Nations for the purpose of facilitating communication. Participants are requested to be mindful of the additional difficulties experienced by interpreters when working in remote mode and of the increased likelihood of disruptions to the audiovisual feed to the interpreters, potentially leading to the interruption of interpretation services. Only the speech or intervention in the original language is authentic and constitutes an authentic record of the proceedings. In case of any inconsistency between the interpretation and the speech or intervention in the original language, the latter shall prevail.’
  • ‘Interpreters using an RSI platform to service remote meetings, cannot be held liable for interruption of service, pixilation, freezing or loss of visual input, partial or complete loss of audio, audible artifacts, unauthorized access to personal or confidential data, leaking of information due to inadequate soundproofing, and/or data loss.’