Translation Associations in France

LEXIS provides you with a list of the translation associations in France.
Know more about how to join these translators associations and about its activities, conferences and foruns.

- APROTRAD - Association professionnelle des métiers de la traduction
For crossing the gap of misunderstanding is building a bridge for communication, APROTRAD is helping you cross to the other bank, the other culture, the other language so that you can concentrate on the heart of your profession.

- Association des traducteurs littéraires de France

The ATLF was founded in 1973, after a split from the SFT, which was too technical translation-oriented. The ATLF is therefore an association for literary translators aiming to defend the interest of the literary translators and then standing by the authors.

- ASTRADUL - Association des Traducteurs Diplômés de l'Université de Londres
Astradul is a not for profit association of French–English and English–French translators. All our members hold translation qualifications from the University of London.
- ATAA - Association des Traducteurs / Adaptateurs de l'Audiovisuel
The ATAA is the French Association of Audiovisual Translators. It unites professional translators in dubbing, subtitling, voice-over and subtitling for hearing impaired. It was founded in 2006.

- ATLAS - Assises de la Traduction Littéraire en Arles
ATLAS is a cultural association under the law of 1901, with its headquarters in Arles, France. It is aiming to promote literary translation as a criative activityand to help specialists and literary translation enthusiasts meet.

- CETIECAP - Compagnie des Experts Traducteurs et Interprètes en Exercice près la Cour d'Appel de Paris
The CETIECAP provides certified translation, certified interpretation, and/or certified translation and interpretation services.

- Chambre des Experts-Traducteurs et Traducteurs Jurés de l'Est
This Translators' Association site based in the East of France, is a non-profit association created in 1930

- CRETA - Chambre Régionale des Experts Traducteurs Assermentés d'Alsace
"C.R.E.T.A. is a fully recognised professional association of court interpreters and official translators sworn in at the Court of Appeal of Colmar, France.

- ELRA - The European Language Resources Association
ELRA was founded in 1995.

- École Supérieure d’Interprètes et de Traducteurs
The École Supérieure d’Interprètes et de Traducteurs (ESIT) was founded in 1957. Linked to Paris III La Sorbonne, it provides its students with a License with three master cursus, whatever their previous studies: conference interpreting, general, technical and economical translation, french sign language interpreting. The ESIT also provides training for further graduation in Translatology.

- Guilde Europeenne de Traducteurs
The Guild enables individuals and companies to find the translators most fitted to their projects.

- Portulan
This is an association promoting the international visibility of the Portuguese-speaking countries.
- SFT - The French Association of Translators
The SFT (Société française des traducteurs) was founded in 1947 to defend the interests of translators and the translation profession and is a founding member of the International Federation of Translators (FIT), a Category A UNESCO organization. The SFT today counts more than 1,300 members, making it the largest professional translators’ union in France.

- UNETICA - Union Nationale des Experts Traducteurs - Interprètes près les Cours d'Appel
A Associação de Tradutores e Intérpretes da Finlândia é uma organização profissional que foi fundada em 1955.

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