Université de Genève Faculté de traduction et d'interprétation Interpreting Department Virtual Institute

Grégoire Bali

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  • InZone Project

Grégoire Salim Bali was born in 1979 in Aleppo, Syria. He received a BA in Translation from the Lebanese University in Beirut, and a Diplôme d’Interprète de conférence from the University of Geneva.

After graduating from ETI with a MA in Conference Interpreting in 2006, he achieved accreditation at the United Nations Office in Geneva, and has since been servicing the Geneva-based UN agencies as well as the EU institutions and many IGOs and NGOs in Europe and around the globe.

Between 2007 and 2010 he was Research Assistant at ETI working on the project “Interpreting in Zones of Crisis and War: Improving multilingual communication”, in collaboration with the ICRC, which culminated in conceiving, setting up and running the online training modules for ICRC field interpreters.

He co-authored published articles and presented his research at several scientific conferences.

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