Translators Associations Global


This is where Lexis informs you on activities and initiatives, such as training opportunities, conferences and other events, organised by Translators Associations that operate Worldwide. 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 Global: CIUTI

The education of translators and interpreters

Translators Associations Global: CIUTI The education of translators and interpreters

The International Permanent Conference of University Institutes of Translators and Interpreters (Conférence Internationale Permanente d’Instituts Universitaires de Traducteurs et Interprètes, CIUTI) was born in 1960, being the oldest in its field.

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Translators Associations Global: IATIS

Debating translation and intercultural communication

Translators Associations Global: IATIS Debating translation and intercultural communication

The International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies is a non-profit making organization that provides an intellectual forum where scholars from different regional and disciplinary backgrounds can debate issues relating to translation and other forms of cross-cultural communication.

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Translators Associations Global: IMIA

The oldest and largest medical interpreter association in the US

Translators Associations Global: IMIA The oldest and largest medical interpreter association in the US

The International Medical Interpreters Association is the oldest and largest organization of medical interpreters in the United States. Its membership of over 2,000 includes interpreters, trainers, providers, policy makers, advocates and others from not only Massachusetts, but also throughout New England, the United States and abroad.

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Translators Associations Global: TAALS

Representing language specialists working at the international level

Translators Associations Global: TAALS Representing language specialists working at the international level

Founded in Washington, D.C. in 1957, the American Association of Language Specialists has members located throughout the Western Hemisphere with several domiciled in Europe and Asia. Many of them are permanently employed by international organizations, government agencies and universities; the others work as freelancers.

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Translators Associations Global: TILP

Developing professional practices in localisation globally

Translators Associations Global: TILP Developing professional practices in localisation globally

The Institute of Localisation Professionals (TILP) is a non-profit organization based in Dublin, in Ireland, that represents localisation industry professionals and professionals active in localisation related areas.

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Translators Associations Global: ATIDA

"Getting the peoples of the world to know one another"

Translators Associations Global: ATIDA "Getting the peoples of the world to know one another"

The quote used as a title is ATIDA’s mission. The Arabic Translation and Intercultural Dialogue Association is the gathering point of “highly motivated translators” from and to Arabic and people who are interested in intercultural dialogue.

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Translators Associations Global: AITC

Standing for short-term language professionals

Translators Associations Global: AITC Standing for short-term language professionals

The International Association of Conference Translators is a professional body that represents translators, précis-writers, revisers and editors who work temporarily or permanently for international organisations or conferences.

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Translators Associations Global: IAMT

The International Machine

Translators Associations Global: IAMT The International Machine

The International Association for Machine Translation is a non-profit translators association, operating under the laws of the District of Columbia, United States od America. IAMT is divided into three regional translation associations.

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Translators Associations Global

Global: Translators associations that operate worldwide

Translators Associations Global Global: Translators associations that operate worldwide

In addition to the organizations we've cataloged by region – Africa, North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Eurasia, and Europe –there are other organizations that, despite being based in one of these regions, operate worldwide.

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Translators Associations Global

Lexis gains ground in Brazil

Translators Associations Global Lexis gains ground in Brazil

Lexis has had good acceptance in Brazil and rapid penetration in the country. With over 200 million inhabitants, the country is undergoing an economic overturn, as it prepares to receive to the World Cup in 2014 and the 2016 Olympic Games.

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Translators Associations Global: New Portuguese Orthographic Agreement

The Agreement to increase the international prestige of the Portuguese

Translators Associations Global: New Portuguese Orthographic Agreement The Agreement to increase the international prestige of the Portuguese

The New Portuguese Language Orthographic Agreement was signed in Lisbon on 16 December 1990 with the purpose of creating a unified spelling for the Portuguese, to be used by all Portuguese-speaking countries, and thereby increase the international prestige of the language of Luís de Camões.

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Translations Associations Global: TAUS

An event in Europe where new ideas take shape

Translations Associations Global: TAUS An event in Europe where new ideas take shape

TAUS European summit is will be held in Paris, between 31th of May and the 1st of June. The theme this year is "Translation in the 21st century – Eight things to change".

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Translators Associatons Global: Tlaxcala

Activists for linguistic diversity

Translators Associatons Global: Tlaxcala Activists for linguistic diversity

Tlaxcala is an international network founded in December 2005 by a small group of cyberactivists.

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Translation Associations Global: TAUS

For those who care about translation services and technologies in Asian languages

Translation Associations Global: TAUS For those who care about translation services and technologies in Asian languages

The TAUS Asia Translation Summit will be held in Beijing, on 24 and 25 of April. If you represent a translators association, own a translation company or work as a freelance translators, you don't want to miss this event devoted to the subject “Translation in the 21st Century”.

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Translation Associations Global: EULITA

Promoting the fundamental principles of human rights and fundamental freedoms

Translation Associations Global: EULITA Promoting the fundamental principles of human rights and fundamental freedoms

The European Legal Interpreters and Translators Association was founded in Belgium, on 26 November 2009. The conference in Antwerp that gave birth to this international not-for-profit translators association was attended by 300 participants from some 30 countries.

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Translators Associations Global: TREMEDICA

What the doctor said

Translators Associations Global: TREMEDICA What the doctor said

TREMEDICA is an international, non-profit association, founded in 2005, in Washington DC. Its purpose is to continue a legacy of quality left by MedTrad, a forum about medical translation for the Spanish speaking countries. It has offices in New York and in Salamanca, Spain.

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Translators Associations Global: Translators for Peace

Translating for world peace

Translators Associations Global: Translators for Peace Translating for world peace

Translators for Peace is a free translators association that has members from all countries and of all nationalities. It was established on March of 2004 in order to publish every message against war in general and in particular and against the use of war as a means of resolving international disputes.

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Translators Associations Global: WASLI

An international association of sign language interpreters

Translators Associations Global: WASLI An international association of sign language interpreters

The World Association of Sign Language Interpreters was established on the 23th of July 2003, during the 14th World Congress of the World Federation of the Deaf in Montreal Canada.

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Translators Associations Global: IAPTI

Addressing issues of concern in the translation and interpretation industry

Translators Associations Global: IAPTI Addressing issues of concern in the translation and interpretation industry

Based in Argentina, in the city of Buenos Aires, the International Association of Professional Translators and Interpreters is a civil association, established in September 2009 that aims to promote ethical practices.

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Translation Associations Global: IMIA

The oldest and largest medical interpreter association in the US

Translation Associations Global: IMIA The oldest and largest medical interpreter association in the US

This translation association is the oldest and largest medical interpreter association in the US and has over 2.000 members, most providing interpreting services in over 70 languages.

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Translators Associations Global: TILP

Lobbying and awareness raising about localization

Translators Associations Global: TILP Lobbying and awareness raising about localization

The Institute of Localization Professionals is the world's only non-profit industry association based exclusively on individual membership.

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Translation Associations Global: CEATL

Defending literary translators in a European context

Translation Associations Global: CEATL Defending literary translators in a European context

CEATL is an umbrella organization of national associations and their representatives that has two main objectives: the exchange of information and the defense of literary translation in a European context.

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Translators Associations Global: Red T, AIIC and FIT

The first ever guide for translating in conflict zones

Translators Associations Global: Red T, AIIC and FIT The first ever guide for translating in conflict zones

Red T, AIIC and FIT issued the first Conflict Zone Field Guide for Civilian Translators/Interpreters and Users of Their Services. Language services providers and language bloggers may access the document online.

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Translators Associations Global: GALA

It's show time

Translators Associations Global: GALA It's show time

The Globalisation and Localisation Association (GALA) brings back their film festival. “By popular demand”, they say.

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Translators Associations Global: FIT

The voice of the sector associations around the world

Translators Associations Global: FIT The voice of the sector associations around the world

The International Federation of Translators has more than 100 affiliated associations, representing over 80.000 translators in 55 countries. The goal of the federation is to promote professionalism in the disciplines it represents.

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Translators Associations Global: GALA

Where Local and Global shake hands

Translators Associations Global: GALA Where Local and Global shake hands

The Globalisation and Localisation Association (GALA) is the most important worldwide non-profit organisation in the language industry.

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Translators Associations Global: TAUS / TAC

Language makes the business world go round

Translators Associations Global: TAUS / TAC Language makes the business world go round

In April, TAUS and Translators Association of China (TAC) join forces to discuss language as a fundamental tool for the modern business world.

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Translators Associations Global: TWB

NGOs have made more than 35 translation requests in February

Translators Associations Global: TWB NGOs have made more than 35 translation requests in February

If you're a translator, own a translation company or represent a translators association and want to help stay tuned to Translators without Borders website and check out their needs once in a while.

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Translators Associations Global: Translators Without Borders

Translate if you want to save lives

Translators Associations Global: Translators Without Borders Translate if you want to save lives

Join Translators Without Borders, whose mission is to improve the access to knowledge through humanitarian translation.

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