Translation Associations in Norway

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

- NAVIO - The Norwegian Audiovisual Translators Association

The Norwegian Association of Audiovisual Translators (Norsk audiovisuell oversetterforening (NAViO)) is an association organizing mainly translators dealing with subtitling for the cinema, television, video, DVD and Internet markets. NAViO was established in 1997. Close to 140 translators have joined the association out of approximately 180 active translators in Norway (2007).

- NFF - The Norwegian Non-fiction Writers and Translators Association
The association was founded in 1978, and merged with The Norwegian Non-fiction Translators Association in 1990 to form The Norwegian Non-fiction Writers And Translators Association (NFF). 
- Norsk Oversetterforening (Norwegian Association of Literary Translators)
Norwegian Association of Literary Translators (Norwegian: Norsk Oversetterforening) is an association for Norwegian literary translators, founded in 1948.

- Kopinor - Norwegian Association of Literary Translators
Kopinor was established on 30th of April 1980. Today Kopinor, the association for copyright's protection, has 22 member organisations - 5 publishers' associations and 17 authors' associations.

- Statsautoriserte Translat?rers Forening (The Association of Government Authorized Translators in Norway)
STATSAUTORISERTE TRANSLATØRERS FORENING (STF) has the English name The Association of Government Authorized Translators in Norway. The association was founded on 14 November 1913, and is one of the oldest translators' associations in the world. It is organized and run as a non-profit association for the purpose of protecting the interests of its members in the widest sense.

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