Translators Associations Europe


This is where Lexis informs you on activities and initiatives, such as training opportunities, conferences and other events, organised by European Translators Associations. If it’s in your professional interest or you represent a translators association in this area, please keep us posted, using the email address editorial@lexis.pro.

Translators Associations Europe

Europe: the world's region with the largest number of translators associations

Translators Associations Europe Europe: the world's region with the largest number of translators associations

Europe has approximately 50 states, an incredible amount of languages, different cultural identities and religious beliefs. This diversity goes hand to hand with the number of translation associations that exists in the old continent. There are over a 100 translators associations in Europe.

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Translators Associations Europe: SELTA

Books from Sweden

Translators Associations Europe: SELTA Books from Sweden

The Swedish-English Literary Translators Association (SELTA) has been representing professionals that work with that language combination since 1982.

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Translators Associations Europe: MFTE

Translating from Budapest

Translators Associations Europe: MFTE Translating from Budapest

The Association of Hungarian Translators and Interpreters was established in Budapest and aims to promote translation and interpreting and trough these activities also the country.

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Translators Assocations Europe: SKTL

Finnish tradition for translators and interpreters

Translators Assocations Europe: SKTL Finnish tradition for translators and interpreters

The Finnish Association of Translators and Interpreters (SKTL) is a non-profit professional organisation whose aim is to foster professionalism and quality in translation and interpreting.

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Translators Associations Europe: MEGY

Contributing to further enriching Hungarian literature and culture

Translators Associations Europe: MEGY Contributing to further enriching Hungarian literature and culture

The Association of Hungarian Literary Translators is an organization of public utility with headquarters in Budapest. Established in 2003, it offers its services not only its members but others as well.

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Translators Associations Europe: ASTRADUL

Working in France with qualifications from the University of London

Translators Associations Europe: ASTRADUL Working in France with qualifications from the University of London

ASTRADUL is a non-profit association based in Paris of French–English and English–French translators whose members hold translation qualifications from the University of London.

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Translators Associations Europe: LLVS

Defending the literary translators in Lithuania

Translators Associations Europe: LLVS Defending the literary translators in Lithuania

The Lithuanian Association of Literary Translators was founded in May 2004, is a very active association and currently has 121 members, 105 of them regular and 16 honorary members.

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Translators Association Europe: ASETRAD

In Spain translators and interpreters have an association to defend them since 2003

Translators Association Europe: ASETRAD In Spain translators and interpreters have an association to defend them since 2003

Its goal is to promote recognition and to protect the interests of translators, copy-editors and interpreters.

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Translators Associations Europe: AETC

Uniting translation companies in Estonia

Translators Associations Europe: AETC Uniting translation companies in Estonia

The Association of Estonian Translation Companies was founded in 2000, by some of Estonia’s biggest players.

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Translators Associations Europe: ACTA

Acting for Czech translators

Translators Associations Europe: ACTA Acting for Czech translators

The Association of Czech Translation Agencies (ACTA) was founded in 2005 to gather a group of entities providing translation and interpreting.

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Translators Associations Europe: BCLT

Where literature finds new meanings

Translators Associations Europe: BCLT Where literature finds new meanings

The British Centre for Literary Translation was founded in 1989 by writer W G Sebald.

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Translators Associations Europe: PanUTI

Translating with a view

Translators Associations Europe: PanUTI Translating with a view

The Pancyprian Union of Graduate Translators and Interpreters (PanUTI) is Cyprus’s non-profit making translation association.

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Translators Associations Europe: IATI

The translators who came from the cold

Translators Associations Europe: IATI The translators who came from the cold

The Icelandic Association of Translators and Interpreters was founded on 30 September 2004.

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Translators Associations Europe: ADAT

An active association with headquarters in Copenhagen

Translators Associations Europe: ADAT An active association with headquarters in Copenhagen

The Association of Danish Authorized Translators is an active association with headquarters is in Copenhagen and represented in a number of other translators associations and several organizations, both at home and abroad.

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Translators Associations: CIUTI

Contributing to the development of research in translation and interpretation

Translators Associations: CIUTI Contributing to the development of research in translation and interpretation

Although International Permanent Conference of University Institutes of Translators and Interpreters existed since the early 1060s, it wasn’t until 1994 that this translators association was recognized by the Belgian law.

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Translators Associations Europe: ITIA

Representing the interests of practicing translators and interpreters in Ireland

Translators Associations Europe: ITIA Representing the interests of practicing translators and interpreters in Ireland

The Irish Translators and Interpreters Association (ITIA) is a not-profit organization, founded in 1986 and based in Dublin, and the only professional association in Ireland representing the interests of practicing translators and interpreters.

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Translation Associations: ATA

Advocating for translation agencies in the Netherlands

Translation Associations: ATA Advocating for translation agencies in the Netherlands

Since the Association of Translation Agencies was founded back in 1994, its members have been striving for quality, precision and diversity.

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Translators Associations Europe: AITI

Uniting translators and interpreters in Italy

Translators Associations Europe: AITI Uniting translators and interpreters in Italy

The Italian Association of Translators and Interpreters (AITI) is a non-profit association of translators and interpreters founded in 1950 in Italy.

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Translators Associations Europe: APTIC

Translating in Catalonia

Translators Associations Europe: APTIC Translating in Catalonia

The Association of Professional Translators and Interpreters of Catalonia (APTIC) is an independent, non-profit association, founded in 2009.

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Translators Associations Europe: AIDAC

Who wrote the Italian version?

Translators Associations Europe: AIDAC Who wrote the Italian version?

AIDAC is a translators association based in Rome bringing together the authors of the Italian dialogues adapted for dubbing for audio-visual production since 1976.

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Translators Associations Europe: ASTJ

Switzerland's sworn translators

Translators Associations Europe: ASTJ Switzerland's sworn translators

The Swiss Sworn Translators Association (ASTJ) was created in 1995, to represent qualified translation professionals certified by Swiss authorities.

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Translators Associations Europe: ANITI

The former Italian syndicate of translators and interpreters

Translators Associations Europe: ANITI The former Italian syndicate of translators and interpreters

The Italian National Association of Translators and Interpreters was founded in Milan in 1956, under the designation Italian National Syndicate of Translators and Interpreters (SNITI).

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Translators Associations Europe: AGPTI

Translating in Galicia

Translators Associations Europe: AGPTI Translating in Galicia

The Galician Association of Translation and Interpretation Professionals (AGPTI) was born in 2001, in that region of Northern Spain.

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Translators Associations Europe: DZTPS

Scientific and technical translation in Slovenia

Translators Associations Europe: DZTPS Scientific and technical translation in Slovenia

The Association of Scientific and Technical Translators of Slovenia (DZTPS) is a professional union of Slovenian translators.

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Translators Associations Europe: SSPOL

Translated science and technique in Slovakia

Translators Associations Europe: SSPOL Translated science and technique in Slovakia

The Slovak Society of Translators of Scientific and Technical Literature (SSPOL) is a voluntary professional organisation representing translators of technical, scientific and specialised literature.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATR

High quality standards for Romanian translators

Translators Associations Europe: ATR High quality standards for Romanian translators

The Association of Translators of Romania (ATR) makes a point at saying it “imposes high quality standards of services in linguistic field”.

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Translators Associations Europe: SVVT

Translation with a feminine touch

Translators Associations Europe: SVVT Translation with a feminine touch

The Women Translators and Interpreters Network (SVVT) is a Dutch association established in 1981.

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Translators Associations Europe: ASATI

Translating in the area of the Pyrenees

Translators Associations Europe: ASATI Translating in the area of the Pyrenees

The Aragonese Association of Translators and Interpreters is a non-profit organization that tries to bring together translators and interpreters living in Aragon or bounded to the land for any reason.

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Translators Associations Europe: STF

Government authorised translators since 1913

Translators Associations Europe: STF Government authorised translators since 1913

The Association of Government Authorised Translators in Norway (STF) was founded in 1913, in Oslo.

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Translators Associations Europe: ACEtt

Defending the Spanish literary translators

Translators Associations Europe: ACEtt Defending the Spanish literary translators

The Spanish Literary Translators Association came to light in 1983 and currently has almost 600 members. Its primary aim was to defend the interests and legal, property or any other rights of literary translators.

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Translation Associations Europe: MFE

Protecting the interests of translation companies by all legal means

Translation Associations Europe: MFE Protecting the interests of translation companies by all legal means

The Association of Hungarian Translation Companies was founded in 1994 and because of its efforts Hungary became the second country in Europe with a recognized quality assurance system to smaller translation companies.

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Translators Associations Europe: AD Nord

Beyond a mere regional translators association

Translators Associations Europe: AD Nord Beyond a mere regional translators association

ADÜ Nord is an association of interpreters and translators with its headquarters in Northern Germany, but “far more than regional in scope”.

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Translators Associations Europe: QSD

Quality in German

Translators Associations Europe: QSD Quality in German

The German Association of Quality Language Services (QSD) was founded in the Spring of 1998, to represent the interests of the German translation industry.

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Translators Associations Europe: EKEMEL

Reaching out to touch the world

Translators Associations Europe: EKEMEL Reaching out to touch the world

The European Translation Centre - Literature and Human Sciences (EKEMEL) aims at effecting a closer contact between Greek and foreign literatures, through numerous and diverse activities.

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Translators Associations Europe: UTB

Bringing together professional translators and translation theorists

Translators Associations Europe: UTB Bringing together professional translators and translation theorists

The Union of Translators in Bulgaria (UTB) is a national professional organization that was established in 1974 and is, since 2001, an association.

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Translators Associations Europe: CEATL

Welcome to the "cultural and linguistic patchwork"

Translators Associations Europe: CEATL Welcome to the "cultural and linguistic patchwork"

The European Council of Literary Translators Associations (CEATL) is an international non-profit association officially created in 1993.

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Translators Associations Europe: ESIST

ESIST and translate

Translators Associations Europe: ESIST ESIST and translate

The European Association for Studies in Screen Translation (ESIST) was founded in Cardiff, in 1995, by a group of academics and professionals interested in audiovisual translation.

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Translators Associations Europe: EST

Studying translation in Europe

Translators Associations Europe: EST Studying translation in Europe

The European Society for Translation Studies (EST) was founded in 1992, in Vienna, Austria, to work as a “network for research, a forum for exchange and a centre for research resources”.

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Translators Associations Europe: AVTranslators

A union for subtitlers, dubbers and adaptors

Translators Associations Europe: AVTranslators A union for subtitlers, dubbers and adaptors

AVTranslators is an association of union representatives exchanging news in the field of audio-visual translation.

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Translators Associations Europe: ITI

Independence for translators and interpreters in the UK

Translators Associations Europe: ITI Independence for translators and interpreters in the UK

The Institute of Translation & Intepreting was founded in 1986 “as the only independent professional association of practising translators and interpreters in the United Kingdom”.

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Translators Associations Europe: AVTranslators

The Arts and Crafts of Subtitling

Translators Associations Europe: AVTranslators The Arts and Crafts of Subtitling

Denmark-based translators association AvTranslators gives us advice on the everyday present profession of subtitler.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATIBH

Connecting translators and interpreters in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Translators Associations Europe: ATIBH Connecting translators and interpreters in Bosnia and Herzegovina

At the beginning of 2008, a group of professional conference interpreters and literary, scientific and technical translators launched an initiative to form this unique translators association. They wanted to renew the work of two pre-war associations and include interpreters in the new organization.

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Translators Associations Europe: JTP

The Czech association of translation and interpretation

Translators Associations Europe: JTP The Czech association of translation and interpretation

The Union of Interpreters and Translators was founded in 1990 and currently has over 600 professional translators, interpreters and translation teachers actively working in the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and other countries.

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Translators Associations Europe: UNIVERSITAS

Representing Austria's university-educated professionals

Translators Associations Europe: UNIVERSITAS Representing Austria's university-educated professionals

UNIVERSITAS Austria Interpreters and Translators Association was born in 1954 to unite Austrian translators and interpreters with a university degree.

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Translators Associations Europe: CBTIP / BKVTF

Translators, interpreters and philologists with a royal distinction

Translators Associations Europe: CBTIP / BKVTF Translators, interpreters and philologists with a royal distinction

The Belgian Translators, Interpreters and Philologists Chamber (CBTIP / BKVTF) is a non-profit association founded in 1995. On the 23rd May 2006, the organisation received the title of Royal Association.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATLF

The will to defend literary translators

Translators Associations Europe: ATLF The will to defend literary translators

The French Literary Translators Association (ATLF) was founded in 1973. It was born out of a separation from the French Translators Society, thought to be too focussed on technical translation.

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Translarors Associations Europe: DHKP

Literary translation in Croatia

Translarors Associations Europe: DHKP Literary translation in Croatia

Established in 1953, the Croatian Literary Translators' Association aims to defend the rights of literary translators and to work on raising the level of Croatian translation and culture.

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Translators Associations Europe: UNETICA

Bringing together the translators and interpreters of the French appeal courts

Translators Associations Europe: UNETICA Bringing together the translators and interpreters of the French appeal courts

Founded in 1986, the National Union of Expert Translators and Interpreters of the Courts of Appeal represents and defends these professionals' interests with the judicial authorities both at national and local levels and works to improve their operating conditions.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATLAS

Promoting translated literature as a creative activity

Translators Associations Europe: ATLAS Promoting translated literature as a creative activity

ATLAS, The Conferences of Literary Translation in Arles (Assises de la Traduction Littéraire en Arles) is a French cultural translators association with homes in Paris and Arles.

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Translators Associations Europe: Vienna House of Literature

Translating in Austria

Translators Associations Europe: Vienna House of Literature Translating in Austria

The Vienna House of Literature, opened in autumn 1991 in Vienna, is the home of three clubs: a documentation center for modern Austrian literature, the Syndicate of Austrian Authors and, last but not least, a translators community.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATLB

A recent association in Belgium

Translators Associations Europe: ATLB A recent association in Belgium

The Literary Translators' Association of Belgium is a new translators association that was officially presented very recently, in March 2012, at the Book Fair of Brussels.

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Translators Associations Europe: TA

A simple name: Translators Association

Translators Associations Europe: TA A simple name: Translators Association

The UK Translators Association (TA) was established by the British Society of Authors in 1958 “to provide translators with an effective means of protecting their interests and sharing their concerns”.

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Translators Associations Europe: ASTTI

Like a Swiss watch

Translators Associations Europe: ASTTI Like a Swiss watch

The Swiss Terminologists, Interpreters and Translators Association (ASTTI) was founded in 1966 and it has been working since then on the defence of the profession. With precision.

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Translators Associations Europe: SF

Good professional practice

Translators Associations Europe: SF Good professional practice

The Swedish Association of Professional Translators (SFÖ), founded in 1990, is Sweden's largest organisation for technical and specialised translators and translation companies. Nowadays, it has over 1,000 individual members and almost 30 corporate members.

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Translators Associations Europe: SUBTLE

Elevating the under-appreciated and misunderstood art of subtitling

Translators Associations Europe: SUBTLE Elevating the under-appreciated and misunderstood art of subtitling

SUBTLE is a British organization founded in 2006 by professional subtitlers to promote high-quality subtitling and to maintain standards of professionalism within the industry. The Subtitlers’ Association owes its origins to the London e-group Subtitlerbase, created two years before.

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Translators Associations Europe: NUPIT

The union representing interpreters and translators in the UK

Translators Associations Europe: NUPIT The union representing interpreters and translators in the UK

The National Union of Professional Interpreters and Translators, based in the United Kingdom, was set up at the beginning of 2001 and has been growing ever. It's a part of Unite the Union, Britain and Ireland’s biggest union.

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Translators Associations Europe: AIT

Establishing contact between students and professional organizations

Translators Associations Europe: AIT Establishing contact between students and professional organizations

The Swiss Association of Students of Translation and Interpretation is based in Geneva and represents the interests of around 400 students both at a university level and outside the university.

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Translators Associations Europe: NFF

A home for non-fiction writers and translators

Translators Associations Europe: NFF A home for non-fiction writers and translators

The Norwegian Non-fiction Writers and Translators Association (NFF) is aimed at writers and translators of all types of non-fiction literature. It has approximately 5,400 members.

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Translators Associations Europe: AIT

Linking customers to specialized professionals in Switzerland

Translators Associations Europe: AIT Linking customers to specialized professionals in Switzerland

Based in Geneva, Switzerland, the Association of Interpreters and Translators has more than 150 professional translators and consecutive and simultaneous interpretation. It was founded in 1945.

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Translators Associations Europe: STP

The oldest translators association in Poland

Translators Associations Europe: STP The oldest translators association in Poland

The Association of Polish Translators and Interpreters (STP) has been representing the interests of translators and interpreters since January 1981.

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Translators Associations Europe: CIOL

Becoming a chartered linguist

Translators Associations Europe: CIOL Becoming a chartered linguist

The Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL) was founded in 1910 and has over 6.000 members nowadays. This translators association, based in London, aims to serve the interests of professional linguists throughout the world.

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Translators Associations Europe: NGTV

Promoting further understanding of the profession

Translators Associations Europe: NGTV Promoting further understanding of the profession

The Dutch Society of Interpreters and Translators (NGTV) is a professional association of interpreters and translators from the Netherlands. It was founded in 1956.

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Translators Associations Europe: CTL

Discussing theoretical and practical problems of literary translation

Translators Associations Europe: CTL Discussing theoretical and practical problems of literary translation

Established in 1989, the Center for Literary Translation of the University of Lausanne aims to promote the discussion of theoretical and practical problems of literary translation.

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Translators Associations Europe: DT

Masters of Translation and Interpreting

Translators Associations Europe: DT Masters of Translation and Interpreting

The Danish Authorised Translators and Interpreters association (DT) is an active organisation of translators and interpreters who have received a masters’ degree in translation and interpreting.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATICOM

Efficiency at economy's service

Translators Associations Europe: ATICOM Efficiency at economy's service

The German Professional Interpreters and Translators Association (ATICOM) works towards overcoming the obstacles created by the globalisation of markets and the growth of Europe.

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Translators Associations Europe: VZGD

Meeting the need for networking and information exchange among the interpreters

Translators Associations Europe: VZGD Meeting the need for networking and information exchange among the interpreters

The Association of the Zurich Court Interpreters and Translators was founded in March 2003 and has currently over 100 members. It is committed to defending the interests of its members with the Zurich authorities and other interested parties and acts as their representative.

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Translators Associations Europe: INTERPRET

Cross-cultural translation

Translators Associations Europe: INTERPRET Cross-cultural translation

INTERPRET was founded in 1999 and is a translators association based in Bern that's committed to promoting the intercultural understanding and the professionalization of intercultural translation in Switzerland.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATRAE

Uniting everyone involved in translation and adaptation of audiovisual and cinema productions

Translators Associations Europe: ATRAE Uniting everyone involved in translation and adaptation of audiovisual and cinema productions

The Association of Audiovisual Translation and Adaptation of Spain is a national association that was created with the aim of ensuring the needs and interests of audiovisual translators, adjusters and audio descriptors of Spain.

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Translators Associations Europe: XARVA

A network of mutual support in Valencia

Translators Associations Europe: XARVA A network of mutual support in Valencia

XARVA was established in November 2003 and is an independent non-profit organization that aims defend the interests of professional translators and interpreters in the Valencian Community.

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Translators Associations Europe: FAT

Working with more than 30 authorized languages

Translators Associations Europe: FAT Working with more than 30 authorized languages

The Swedish Federation of Authorized Translators exists since 1932, is based in Stockholm and aims to safeguard the common interests of its members and promote general recognition of their work.

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Translators Associations Europe: UNILINGUE

Standing for "an essential vehicle of cultural enrichment"

Translators Associations Europe: UNILINGUE Standing for "an essential vehicle of cultural enrichment"

UNILINGUE, Italy’s National Association of Language Service Providers, was formed in 2009, becoming “the most important association” of the sector in Europe.

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Translators Associations Europe: CNET

Born from commitment

Translators Associations Europe: CNET Born from commitment

The French National Chamber of Translation Companies (CNET) was born in 1976, from the will of several leaders of translation companies who wished to promote the image of the profession within the users’ community. It is based in Beynes.

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Translators Associations Europe: BAPITA

Promotion and protection

Translators Associations Europe: BAPITA Promotion and protection

The Bulgarian Association of Professional Translation Agencies (BAPITA) was formed by four leading translation companies in Bulgaria.

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Translators Associations Europe: AFIT

Quality translation made in Romania

Translators Associations Europe: AFIT Quality translation made in Romania

The Interpreting and Translation Companies’ Association of Romania (AFITOS) was born in 2005. More recently, it joined forces with the Translation Bureau Association of Romania (ABTR) but maintained the same name, status and code of ethics.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATIJC

Sworn translators and interpreters in Catalonia

Translators Associations Europe: ATIJC Sworn translators and interpreters in Catalonia

Based in Barcelona, the Association of Sworn Translators and Interpreters of Catalonia was established in 1992 to bring together sworn translators and interpreters.

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Translators Associations Europe: LinQua

Language + Quality

Translators Associations Europe: LinQua Language + Quality

The Swiss Association of Quality Translation Services (LinQua) was founded in March 2009, as the trade association for translation companies and language services providers in Switzerland.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATCSK

Educated and informed translators

Translators Associations Europe: ATCSK Educated and informed translators

The Association of Translation Companies of Slovakia (ATCSK) is an organisation of professional providers of translation and interpreting services. Even though it is a Slovakian association, it was founded in Dublin, Ireland, in 2006.

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Translators Associations Europe: AICE

A national network of conference interpreters

Translators Associations Europe: AICE A national network of conference interpreters

Born in Madrid, in 1968, the Spanish Association of Conference Interpreters is a professional non-profit organization that specializes in simultaneous and consecutive interpretation of languages in international events and meetings worldwide.

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Translators Associations Europe: ELZIE

Translating and interpreting from and into Basque

Translators Associations Europe: ELZIE Translating and interpreting from and into Basque

 The Association of Translators, Correctors and Interpreters of Basque Language was founded in the autumn of 1987 and brings together professionals engaged in translation or interpreting from and into Basque.

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Translators Associations Europe: APETI

One of the first translators associations of its kind in the world

Translators Associations Europe: APETI One of the first translators associations of its kind in the world

Based in Madrid, the Spanish Professional Association of Translators and Interpreters is an institution with more than half a century of experience in promoting the highest standards of intellectual and ethical professional practice of translation and interpretation, and accreditation of its professionals.

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Translators Associations Europe: DSKP

Promoting Slovenian Literature and important foreign works in the country

Translators Associations Europe: DSKP Promoting Slovenian Literature and important foreign works in the country

The Slovenian Association of Literary Translators was founded in 1953 in Ljubljana. Its mission is to promote the translation of important literary and other works in the Slovenian language and Slovenian literature into foreign languages, as well as help developing the national culture and international relations.

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Translators Associations Europe: UNTAR

Translating Romania

Translators Associations Europe: UNTAR Translating Romania

The National Union of Romania Authorized Translators is a non-governmental association of translators and interpreters that was founded in 2008 in Bucharest and has ties to the Ministry of Justice of Romania.

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Translators Associations Europe: TEPIS

Sworn and specialized translators in Poland

Translators Associations Europe: TEPIS Sworn and specialized translators in Poland

The Polish Society of Sworn and Specialized Translators was founded in 1990 and is based in Warsaw. The mission of this translators association is to bring together sworn translators and interpreters.

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Translators association Europe: SAPT

Full-time translators and interpreters only

Translators association Europe: SAPT Full-time translators and interpreters only

Based in Bratislava, the mission of the Slovak Association of Translators and Interpreters  is to advocate for a high level of translation and interpreting services and to further the application of standards in the provision of those services.

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Translators Associations Europe: BTU

Working towards the prestige of the translator

Translators Associations Europe: BTU Working towards the prestige of the translator

The Bulgarian Translators Union (BTU) is a national non-profit professional organisation established in June 1974, to operate for public benefit. It is registered in the Central Registry of the Ministry of Justice of Bulgaria.

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Translators association Europe: NBTG

The interests of sign language interpreters in the Netherlands

Translators association Europe: NBTG The interests of sign language interpreters in the Netherlands

Based in Ugchelen, the Dutch Association of Sign Language Interpreters represents the interests of sign language interpreters in the Netherlands.

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Translators association Europe: NAViO

Bringing visibility to Norwegian audiovisual translators

Translators association Europe: NAViO Bringing visibility to Norwegian audiovisual translators

 The Norwegian Audiovisual Translators Association (NAViO) was founded in 1997, is one of the youngest translators associations in the world and represents approximately 85% of the translators in Norway.

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Translators association Europe: NO

How translators successfully stood together against publishers

Translators association Europe: NO How translators successfully stood together against publishers

The Norwegian Association of Literary Translators was established in 2006, is an independent based in Oslo organization and one of several specialized translators associations in Norway.

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Translators associations Europe: Stichting Vertalersforum

From regional contact point to vital professional organization

Translators associations Europe: Stichting Vertalersforum From regional contact point to vital professional organization

The Foundation Translator Forum is a translators association that only has women as members. It was founded in 1991 by a group of women translators and began by being a regional contact point for translators from the east of the Netherlands.

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Translators Associations Europe: VSenV

Giving birth to several other organizations for the past hundred years

Translators Associations Europe: VSenV Giving birth to several other organizations for the past hundred years

The origins of the Dutch Association of Writers and Translators (VSenV) go back to 1905 when its predecessor, the Vereniging van Letterkundigen (VvL), was established. Because this was a somewhat restricted to the literary field association, VvL reconstituted itself in 1998 as VSenV.

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Translators Associations Europe: SIGV

Standing up for court interpreters and legal translators formed in SIGV

Translators Associations Europe: SIGV Standing up for court interpreters and legal translators formed in SIGV

The SIGV Court Interpreters and Legal Translators is a translators association for people that have studied in the Institute of Court Interpreters and Translators (shortened in Dutch to SIGV). Its headquarters is in Naarden.

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Translators Associations Europe: KST CR

In the name of the Law

Translators Associations Europe: KST CR In the name of the Law

The Chamber of Court Appointed Interpreters and Translators of the Czech Republic (KST CR) was established in 1996. It is a voluntary interpreters and translators association, whose members are qualified professionals.

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Translators Associations Europe: VZV

The motto is to work closely with their clients

Translators Associations Europe: VZV The motto is to work closely with their clients

The Dutch Association of Freelance Professional Translators (VZV) was established in 1990. Based in The Hague, it promotes the interests of professional translators working freelance in the Netherlands.

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Translators Associations Europe: VD

"Always committed to the highest quality and reliability"

Translators Associations Europe: VD "Always committed to the highest quality and reliability"

The German Interpreters and Translators Association (VÜD) was founded in 1990, bringing together approximately 160 qualified and experienced professionals. Its members meet the growing demands of users of translation and interpretation.

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Translators Associations Europe: AssITIG

Born in Syracuse only in 2010

Translators Associations Europe: AssITIG Born in Syracuse only in 2010

AssITIG is an Italian association of legal translators and court interpreters. Established in 2010, this translators association is a non-profit organization based in Syracuse, Sicily.

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Translators Associations Europe: AALST

Austrian scientific and literary translators under the same roof

Translators Associations Europe: AALST Austrian scientific and literary translators under the same roof

The Austrian Association of Literary and Scientific Translators (AALST) represents the interests of scientific and literary translators in Austria. Its primary goal is to improve the legal, social and economic conditions for professionals.

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Translators Associations Europe: ANIMU

In response to the need to regulate training in Sign Language Interpretation

Translators Associations Europe: ANIMU In response to the need to regulate training in Sign Language Interpretation

The Historical Association of Sign Language Interpreters was founded in 1987. It was not until the late '80s, with the birth of this interpreters association, based in Naples, that Italy began seeing Sign Language interpreting as a real profession.

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Translators Associations Europe: OVGD

Impeccable knowledge of language and law

Translators Associations Europe: OVGD Impeccable knowledge of language and law

The Austrian Association of Certified Court Interpreters (OVGD) is a non-political, non-for-profit organisation that was founded over 75 years ago, with the declared purpose of taking further the professional and business interests of sworn court interpreters in Austria.

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Translators Associations Europe: ANIOS

For the recognition of the professional status of Italian Sign Language Interpreters

Translators Associations Europe: ANIOS For the recognition of the professional status of Italian Sign Language Interpreters

The Association of Italian Sign Language Interpreters was established in 1987. With headquarters in Rome, this non-profit and non-political organization represents all interpreters working with at least the following languages: Italian and Italian Sign Language.

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Translators Associations Europe: SFF

A translators association within the Writers Union

Translators Associations Europe: SFF A translators association within the Writers Union

The Translators Section of the Swedish Writers Union (SFF) is a translation association within the professional organisation, which is aimed at everyone who works as a writer or a literary translator. The SFF has been around since 1893.

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Translators Associations Europe: ASSOINTERPRETI

Defending Italian conference interpreters

Translators Associations Europe: ASSOINTERPRETI Defending Italian conference interpreters

The Italian Association of Conference Interpreters was founded in 1974 and brings together practicing professional simultaneous and consecutive interpreters from all over Italy.

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Translators Associations Europe: AAE-ESIT

Former students together as professionals

Translators Associations Europe: AAE-ESIT Former students together as professionals

The French translators association AAE-ESIT (Alumni Association of the Interpreters and Translators College) is a non-profit organisation with approximately 900 members, all of them translation and interpreting professionals.

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Translators Associations Europe: ANTIMI

Protecting the Ministry of the Interior translators and interpreters

Translators Associations Europe: ANTIMI Protecting the Ministry of the Interior translators and interpreters

ANTIMI is a non-profit organization that was established on 17 January 2002. Based in Rome, this translators association gathers all the professionals working in the Italian Ministry of the Interior.

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Translators Associations Europe: LD-UPT

A spokesman for qualified translators in South Tyrol

Translators Associations Europe: LD-UPT A spokesman for qualified translators in South Tyrol

The National Association of Translators (LDÜ-UPT) acts as spokesman for qualified translators in South Tyrol and actively represents the interests of business and professional associates.

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Translators Associations Europe: PEEMPIP

Ionian University's alumni united by a mission

Translators Associations Europe: PEEMPIP Ionian University's alumni united by a mission

The Panhellenic Association of Professional Translators - Graduates of the Ionian University (PEEMPIP) was founded in 2005 with the aim of promoting translation in Greece but also to provide translation services to the general public.

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Translators Associations Europe: DGD

Creating a generation of doctorate translators and interpreters

Translators Associations Europe: DGD Creating a generation of doctorate translators and interpreters

The German Association for Translation and Interpreting was established in 1996 in Saarbrücken to strengthen the research profile and promote young scientists in the Translation and Interpreting fields.

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Translators Associations Europe: AFILS

Working towards the recognition of French Sign Language interpretation

Translators Associations Europe: AFILS Working towards the recognition of French Sign Language interpretation

The French Association of Interpreters and Translators of Sign Language was established in 1978. Based in Paris, its purpose is to bring together performers and interpreters located throughout France.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATAA

Bringing together translators and adapters

Translators Associations Europe: ATAA Bringing together translators and adapters

The French Association of Audiovisual of Translators/ Adaptors was founded in 2006 in Paris by a group of audiovisual professional translators. It brings together all translators and adapters, both French and foreign, engaged in subtitling, dubbing, voice-overs, and subtitling aimed at deaf.

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Translators Associations Europe: CRETA

Sworn expert translators from Alsace

Translators Associations Europe: CRETA Sworn expert translators from Alsace

Based in Strasbourg, the Regional Chamber of Sworn Expert Translators from Alsace is a professional association officially recognized and made up exclusively of legal experts in translation and interpretation, sworn by the Court of Appeal of Colmar.

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Translators Associations Europe: APROTRAD

The dynamics of sharing and collaborating in the land of Joan of Arc

Translators Associations Europe: APROTRAD The dynamics of sharing and collaborating in the land of Joan of Arc

The French Professional Association of Translation Businesses was established in 1993 in Orleans and brings together translators, interpreters, translation companies and representatives of related trades.

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Translators Associations Europe: CETIECAP

Defending experts working at Paris Court of Appeal

Translators Associations Europe: CETIECAP Defending experts working at Paris Court of Appeal

The Company of Expert Translators and Interpreters Working in Paris Court of Appeal brings together practicing expert translators and interpreters that are on the list of this judicial institution. It currently has 153 members.

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Translators Associations Europe: Traducteurs de l'Est

Sworn translators approved by the Appeal Courts in the north-east of France

Translators Associations Europe: Traducteurs de l'Est Sworn translators approved by the Appeal Courts in the north-east of France

The Chamber of Expert and Sworn Translators of the Eastern is a French non-profit translators association that was created in 1930 and brings together both expert and sworn translators approved by the Appeal Courts in Nancy, Colmar and Metz and by the County Courts in the translators' jurisdictions.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATIA

They bring together professionals that cover a wide range of languages and specialties

Translators Associations Europe: ATIA They bring together professionals that cover a wide range of languages and specialties

The Association of Professional Translators and Interpreters in Aquitaine is a non-profit association of freelance translators and interpreters based in a historic and administrative region of the Southwest of France whose capital and largest city is Bordeaux.

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Translators Associations Europe: CILIS

A contribute to reduce the cultural and communication barriers

Translators Associations Europe: CILIS A contribute to reduce the cultural and communication barriers

Based in Naples, Cooperative Italian Sign Language Interpreters is the only national organization established exclusively by professionals specialized in interpreting for the deaf.

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Translators Associations Europe: SKTL

The oldest translation association in Finland.

Translators Associations Europe: SKTL The oldest translation association in Finland.

The Finnish Association of Translators and Interpreters (SKTL) was founded in 1955 and that makes it the oldest translation association in Finland. It brings together professional translators and interpreters and has approximately 1.900 members.

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Translators Associations Europe: DFF

Improving conditions for literature in Denmark for over a century

Translators Associations Europe: DFF Improving conditions for literature in Denmark for over a century

The Danish Authors' Society was founded in 1894 in Copenhagen and currently has around 1.300 members, between authors, translators and illustrators. Its mission is to improve the work conditions for creative artists in general and its members in particular.

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Translators Associations Europe: OP

Translating the Belles Lettres

Translators Associations Europe: OP Translating the Belles Lettres

The Czech Translators Guild (Obec prekladatelu, OP) is a voluntary translators association whose members dedicate mostly to belles lettres but also to translation theory, critique, history and educational issues. Currently, it has over 300 members.

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Translators Associations Europe: KS

Communication United

Translators Associations Europe: KS Communication United

Kommunikation og Sprog (KS) is a union of communication, language and marketing graduates and students from Denmark. Currently, it has around 7,000 members who work or study in fields like HR, marketing, management or administration. It also has a translators association.

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Translators Associations Europe: DOF

Safety for Danish translators

Translators Associations Europe: DOF Safety for Danish translators

The Danish Translators Association (DOF) is the Danish Authors Society’s group for translators. The organisation, based in Copenhagen, has nearly 200 members, but its ambition takes it to admit it expects an increase in the numbers.

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Translators Associations Europe: CETL

Literary Translation as Art

Translators Associations Europe: CETL Literary Translation as Art

The European Centre for Literary Translation (CETL) was born from the joint efforts of Belgium’s French Community and the Higher Institute of Translators and Interpreters of the French community.

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Translators Associations Europe: EAFT

Taking plurilingualism further

Translators Associations Europe: EAFT Taking plurilingualism further

The European Association for Terminology (EAFT) is a non-profit organisation of professionals in the sector in Europe. The association, founded in Kolding, Denmark, in 1996, aims at bringing together all the individuals and institutions involved in terminology in Europe.

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Translators Associations Europe: ELIA

Translation Companies from Europe and beyond

Translators Associations Europe: ELIA Translation Companies from Europe and beyond

The European Language Industry Association (ELIA) is a non-profit organisation, the first pan-European association of interpreting, localisation and translation companies. It stretches beyond the old continent, with company members all around the world.

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Translators Associations Europe: EAMT

Perfecting the European machine

Translators Associations Europe: EAMT Perfecting the European machine

The European Association for Machine Translation (EAMT) is a non-profit translators association serving not only professionals but the growing community who have an interest in Machine Translation (MT) and all translation tools.

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Translators Associations Europe: Nederlands Letterenfonds

Literature and Translation under the same ceiling

Translators Associations Europe: Nederlands Letterenfonds Literature and Translation under the same ceiling

The Dutch Foundation for Literature resulted from the 2010 fusion of the Foundation for the Production and Translation of Dutch Literature (NLPVF) and the Fund for the Letters (FvdL). It plans to continue the tasks of the two former associations.

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Translators Associations Europe: EK

A place for translators to call home

Translators Associations Europe: EK A place for translators to call home

The European Translators Association in Straelen (EÜK) is the first and largest international centre for translators of literature and non-fiction in the world. It was founded on the 10th January 1978, on the initiative of Elmar Tophoven and Klaus Birkenhauer.

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Translation Associations Europe: APCI

A stepping stone for police and court interpreters

Translation Associations Europe: APCI A stepping stone for police and court interpreters

Founded in 1974, the Association of Police & Court Interpreters is a professional association of independent, freelance interpreters working within the Criminal Justice System.

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Translators Associations Europe: CCC

Translating Welsh

Translators Associations Europe: CCC Translating Welsh

The Association of Welsh Translators and Interpreters (Cymdeithas Cyfieithwyr Cymru, CCC) is the national professional translators association of Wales.

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Translators Associations Europe: Germany

Germany: Translators associations in the largest economy in the EU

Translators Associations Europe: Germany Germany: Translators associations in the largest economy in the EU

The founding member of the European Community has 82 million inhabitants and at least 6 national translators associations.

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Translators Associations Europe: United Kingdom

United Kingdom: Translators associations from the world's first industrialized country

Translators Associations Europe: United Kingdom United Kingdom: Translators associations from the world's first industrialized country

The UK, as it is also known, includes the countries England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Lexis estimates there are at least 9 national translators associations in Britain.

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Translators Associations Europe: Austria

Austria: Translators Associations from the home of Mozart and Freud

Translators Associations Europe: Austria Austria: Translators Associations from the home of Mozart and Freud

Historically, Austria (alongside Hungary) was one of the two countries which formed one of the greatest empires in history. The country has great tradition in classical music, being Amadeus Mozart its most celebrated personality in that field.

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Translators Associations Europe: Bulgaria

Bulgaria: Translators Associations from the country of Tzvetan Todorov

Translators Associations Europe: Bulgaria Bulgaria: Translators Associations from the country of Tzvetan Todorov

Bulgaria has become increasingly famous for its rich folklore, particularly the amazing choirs. It has also become known for its beaches. The country’s population distribution is unbalanced, as most of the people live in cities, mostly in Sofia, the capital.

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Translators Associations Europe: Croatia

Croatia: Translators Associations from the country of Nikola Tesla

Translators Associations Europe: Croatia Croatia: Translators Associations from the country of Nikola Tesla

Croatia is becoming increasingly famous for its beaches. But this was the country that invented the cravat, or necktie, worn by men. Croatia is officially the Republic of Croatia, a unitary democratic parliamentary republic in Europe at the crossroads of Central Europe.

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Translators Associations Europe: Denmark

Denmark: Translators Associations from the homeland of Hans Christian Andersen

Translators Associations Europe: Denmark Denmark: Translators Associations from the homeland of Hans Christian Andersen

Denmark is the southernmost of the Nordic countries, located southwest of Sweden and south of Norway. It is a constitutional monarchy and sovereign state that consists of the main land in northern Europe and two autonomous constituent countries, the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic and Greenland in North America.

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Translators Associations Europe: Slovakia

Slovakia: Translators Associations in the homeland of Ivan Reitman

Translators Associations Europe: Slovakia Slovakia: Translators Associations in the homeland of Ivan Reitman

The Slovak Republic is a landlocked state in Central Europe. It has a population of over five million and an area of about 49,000 square kilometres (19,000 square miles). The country was part of Czechoslovakia, together with the Czech Republic, until 1993’s peaceful dissolution.

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Translators Associations Europe: Slovenia

Slovenia: Translators Associations in the homeland of Dane Zajc

Translators Associations Europe: Slovenia Slovenia: Translators Associations in the homeland of Dane Zajc

Slovenia has become increasingly famous for its cuisine, a mixture of three great regional cuisines: Central European, Mediterranean and Balkan. It is also known for its winter sports athletes, particularly in skiing. The Republic of Slovenia is a Slavic nation state, situated in South-Central Europe. Its population is of around 2 million inhabitants.

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Translators Associations Europe: Estonia

Estonia: Translators Associations from the homeland of Ernst Enno

Translators Associations Europe: Estonia Estonia: Translators Associations from the homeland of Ernst Enno

Estonia is a republican state in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. However, many Estonians consider themselves to be Nordic rather than Baltic. The term Baltic as a concept that groups Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia has been criticised.

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Translators Associations Europe: Finland

Finland: Translators Associations from the country of Alvar Aalto and Frans Eemil Sillanp

Translators Associations Europe: Finland Finland: Translators Associations from the country of Alvar Aalto and Frans Eemil Sillanp

Finland, officially the Republic of Finland, is a Nordic country situated in the Fennoscandian region of Northern Europe. Its motorsport athletes, like Mika Hakkinen or Juha Kankkunen, are famous around the world. Around 5.4 million people live in Finland, with the majority concentrated in the southern region.

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Translators Associations Europe: France

France: Translators Associations in the country of Voltaire and Sartre

Translators Associations Europe: France France: Translators Associations in the country of Voltaire and Sartre

France remains one of the most influential countries in the world. It is famous for its fashion, its cuisine and also for many words used in the English language – like “cuisine”.

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Translators Associations Europe: Norway

Norway: Translators Associations in the country of Henrik Ibsen and Edvard Munch

Translators Associations Europe: Norway Norway: Translators Associations in the country of Henrik Ibsen and Edvard Munch

Norway is famous for its history, connected to the fearless Vikings who terrorised Europe in their time. It has also become known for more peace-bringing reasons: it is home to the fjords, the long, narrow inlets with steep sides or cliffs, created in a valley carved by glacial activity.

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Translators Associations Europe: Poland

Poland: Translators Associations in the country of Chopin and Joseph Conrad

Translators Associations Europe: Poland Poland: Translators Associations in the country of Chopin and Joseph Conrad

Poland is famous for its very rich history, not always happy, but aiding to build a strong resisting character. Polish literature dates back to the 12th century. It includes many famous poets and writers such as Jan Kochanowski, Adam Mickiewicz and Joseph Conrad, who wrote in English.

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Translators Associations Europe: Czech Republic

Czech Republic: Translators Associations from the land of Kafka and Kundera

Translators Associations Europe: Czech Republic Czech Republic: Translators Associations from the land of Kafka and Kundera

The Czech Republic is famous for its devotion to classical music and to literature. It is also famous for its typical beer, the Pilsner. The Czech Republic is It is a pluralist multi-party parliamentary representative democracy, a member of the European Union, NATO, the OECD, the OSCE, the Council of Europe and the Visegrád Group.

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Translators Associations Europe: Romania

Romania: Translators Associations in the land of the Carpathians

Translators Associations Europe: Romania Romania: Translators Associations in the land of the Carpathians

Other than being Count Dracula’s historical homeland, Romania is famous for its very rich history, not always happy, but which added a strong resisting character. It is a country located at the crossroads of Central and Southeastern Europe, on the Lower Danube.

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Translators Associations Europe: Sweden

Sweden: Translators Associations from the nation of Selma Lagerlf

Translators Associations Europe: Sweden Sweden: Translators Associations from the nation of Selma Lagerlf

Sweden is a country of landscapes, famous for the midnight sun, a natural phenomenon occurring in summer months at latitudes north and nearby to the north of the Arctic Circle, and south and nearby to the south of the Antarctic Circle where the sun remains visible at the local midnight.

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Translators Associations Europe: Switzerland

Switzerland: Translators Associations from the country of Hermann Hesse

Translators Associations Europe: Switzerland Switzerland: Translators Associations from the country of Hermann Hesse

Switzerland is famous worldwide for its snowy landscapes, but its also become known for being the world’s capital for money. Lake Geneva is one of the largest lakes in Europe, uniting Switzerland and France. The country, in its full name the Swiss Confederation, is a federal republic consisting of 26 cantons.

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Translators Associations Europe: Greece

Greece: Translators associations in the cradle of Western civilization

Translators Associations Europe: Greece Greece: Translators associations in the cradle of Western civilization

Greece is a developed country, member of the European Union since 1981, with a population of 10,5 million people, high standards of living, and at least 3 translators associations.

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Translators Associations Europe

Netherlands: Translators associations in the home of great masters

Translators Associations Europe Netherlands: Translators associations in the home of great masters

The Netherlands was one of the first countries to have an elected parliament and is the home of many well-known painters, as well as philosophers and writers. Lexis estimates there are at least 10 translators associations in the Netherlands.

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Translators Associations Europe: Hungary

Hungary: Translators Associations from the home country of Franz Liszt and Bela Bartk

Translators Associations Europe: Hungary Hungary: Translators Associations from the home country of Franz Liszt and Bela Bartk

Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe, situated in the Carpathian Basin. Together with Austria, it formed one of the most powerful empires in history. Hungarian is the country’s official language, being the most widely spoken non Indo-European language in the continent.

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Translators Associations Europe: le-de-France (France)

le-de-France: Translators Associations from the region of Rodin and Malraux

Translators Associations Europe: le-de-France (France) le-de-France: Translators Associations from the region of Rodin and Malraux

Île-de-France, literally “Island of France”, is the wealthiest and most populated of the twenty-seven administrative regions of France. It consists mostly of the Paris metropolitan area. In fact, Île-de-France is popularly referred to by French people as the région Parisienne (the "Paris region") or RP.

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Translators Associations Europe: Italy

Italy: Translators associations in the country of wine and pasta

Translators Associations Europe: Italy Italy: Translators associations in the country of wine and pasta

Italy is largely homogeneous linguistically and religiously but is diverse culturally, economically, and politically. The country has at least 11 translators associations.

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Translators Associations Europe: Lituania

Lithuania: Translators associations in the largest of the three Baltic states

Translators Associations Europe: Lituania Lithuania: Translators associations in the largest of the three Baltic states

Situated along the southeastern shore of the Baltic Sea, this republic has 3,5 million inhabitants and its capital and largest city is the beautiful Vilnius.

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Translators Associations Europe: Catalonia (Spain)

Catalonia: Translators associations in the home region of Josep Pla

Translators Associations Europe: Catalonia (Spain) Catalonia: Translators associations in the home region of Josep Pla

Catalonia is an autonomous region of Spain in the north-east of the Iberian Peninsula and has around 7 million inhabitants. Lexis estimates there are at least 2 translators associations in Catalonia.

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Translators Associations Europe: Spain

Spain: Translators Associations in the country of Cervantes and Picasso

Translators Associations Europe: Spain Spain: Translators Associations in the country of Cervantes and Picasso

It is estimated that there are approximately 9 translators associations in the Spanish territory. The country where people eat paella and watch flamenco dancers has 17 autonomous communities and 2 autonomous cities. There are over 46million people living in Spain.

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Translators Associations Europe

Europe: translators associations in the old continent

Translators Associations Europe Europe: translators associations in the old continent

There are over a 100 translation organizations in Europe. The old continent has approximately 50 countries and an incredible amount of languages.

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Translators Associations Europe: Belgium

Belgium: Translators Associations from the centre of the European Union

Translators Associations Europe: Belgium Belgium: Translators Associations from the centre of the European Union

Belgium can be identified by having two big cultural groups: the French-speaking and the Flemish, Dutch-speaking. The country’s capital, Brussels, serves as headquarters to the European Union.

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Translators Associations Europe: PEM

The oldest professional translators association in Greece

Translators Associations Europe: PEM The oldest professional translators association in Greece

Established in Thessaloniki in 1963, the Panhellenic Association of Translators is a member of the International Federation of Translators.

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Translators Association Europe: ETTL

If you're searching for a translation service in Estonia contact ETTL

Translators Association Europe: ETTL If you're searching for a translation service in Estonia contact ETTL

Founded on 1 June 1992, the Estonian Association of Interpreters and Translators is a NGO uniting professional interpreters and translators.

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Translators Association Europe: SKTOL

A Finnish organization of knowledge-driven companies operating in the translation business

Translators Association Europe: SKTOL A Finnish organization of knowledge-driven companies operating in the translation business

Founded in 1983, this translation association aims to monitor and further the development of the translation sector in Finland and to improve the quality of translation services and the recognition of the sector in general.

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Translators Associations Europe: PSBT

Ten years raising the quality in the translation and localization industry

Translators Associations Europe: PSBT Ten years raising the quality in the translation and localization industry

The Polish Association of Translation Agencies, whose main mission is to represent Polish professional translation and localization service providers at home and abroad, completed 10 years of life in 2011.

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Translators Association: HDZTP

The Science of Translation

Translators Association: HDZTP The Science of Translation

The Croatian Association of Scientific and Technical Translators (HDZTP) exists since 1957, as a gathering point for translators and interpreters.

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Germany's largest association of professional linguists

 Germany's largest association of professional linguists

With more than 7.000 professionally qualified interpreters and translators, classified by special subjects and covering more than 80 languages, BDÜ is Germany's largest association of professional linguists.

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Translation Associations Europe: EUATC

Helsinki to host EUATC's annual conference

Translation Associations Europe: EUATC Helsinki to host EUATC's annual conference

The 7th European Union of Associations of Translation Companies' annual conference will take place in Helsinki, Finland, on the 26th and 27th April 2012.

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Translators Associations Europe: FTS

The largest professional translators' union in France

Translators Associations Europe: FTS The largest professional translators' union in France

The French Translators Society was founded in 1947 with the purpose of defending the interests of translators and the translation profession.

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Translators Associations Europe: ATC

One of the oldest associations representing translation companies in the world

Translators Associations Europe: ATC One of the oldest associations representing translation companies in the world

The Association of Translation Companies (ATC) exists since 1976 and was formed by a group of leading translation companies in Britain.

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Translators Associations: ELIA

ELIA Networking Days returns

Translators Associations: ELIA ELIA Networking Days returns

Madrid will host the twelfth edition of the event for all language professionals and translators associations organized by the European Language Industry Association.

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Translators Associations Europe: BQTA

Belgian quality

Translators Associations Europe: BQTA Belgian quality

The Belgian Quality Translation Association (BQTA) stands for translators and companies in Belgium since 1995.

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