Welcoming Refugees To The UK
From the moment David Cameron announced that the UK would be hosting refugees fleeing conflict in Syria, local authorities across the country have been trying to understand how best to rise to the challenge. We’ve worked closely with several of the first councils to host Syrian refugees and took a moment to reflect on our experience.
Commenting shortly after the first families had arrived in Glasgow, the Scottish Minister for Europe & International Development, Hamza Yousaf said: “I just want to welcome these people to Scotland, and assure them that despite the weather, the welcome they receive will be very warm. I want them to think of Scotland as their home.” We’ve worked with Stirling Council, West Berkshire Council and Oxfordshire County Council through an intensive period of resettlement. Follow the link below for specific findings on our experience.
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About Prestige Network
Prestige Network is an award-winning Language Service Provider (LSP) founded in 1991. From our headquarters in Berkshire, we service clients across the UK including City institutions, legal firms, sports teams, the NHS and the Department for Work and Pensions.
We cover translation, localisation, complex DTP, face-to-face simultaneous interpreting as well as telephone and video interpreting, transcription, voiceovers and non-spoken languages including BSL and Braille.
We manage a large pool of experienced, qualified linguists, enabling us to provide a top-quality translation and interpreting service to clients, often within demanding timescales. All of our project management team are linguists with a real passion for language.
Our aim is that our clients recognise us as the best in the market, both in terms of quality, accuracy and value but also for our friendly, professional and customer-centric service.
• We’re one of a select handful of translation and interpreting suppliers to have been accredited by the Crown Commercial Services, and we’re also on every other major procurement framework.
• In the past year alone, we’ve worked with almost 170 large public sector organisations, from Councils on the south coast right up to NHS Trusts in Glasgow.
• We have robust data handling and security procedures in place and are externally audited each year. We have recently been awarded the CyberEssentials certification and are working towards ISO:27001.
• We pride ourselves on understanding our clients’ individual needs, contributing towards their growth plans and minimising their risk.
•Whether it be data analytics for interpreter density mapping, population demographics for emerging language requirements or staying on top of the latest trends in translation, we constantly invest in technology upgrades to improve services.