One system for interpreting in a setting with many non-native English speakers

Have one person up front interpreting everything the leader says into the interpreter’s native language. When the leader pauses for that interpretation, other interpreters are interpreting from the leaders words to small groups of people who speak other languages. Every 20 minutes all the interpreters simultaneously have 1 minute to express their feelings about their interpretation to a small group of participants, Then there is a minute of silence . This is followed by a minute of stretching so that people take care of their bodies. Then we change the “up-front” interpreter. The language of every fluent native speaker at the workshop has a turn to be interpreted “up-front”, even if only 1 person speaks that language. This shows respect to everyone’s languages.