Translators Associations Latin America

Argentina: Translators associations in the country of Jorge Luis Borges

Located in South America, Argentina is a federation of 23 provinces and an autonomous city, Buenos Aires. It is the eighth-largest country in the world by land area and the largest among Spanish-speaking nations.

The country that gave birth to famous writers like Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortazar, Adolfo Bioy Casares, Roberto Arlt or Ernesto Sábato, has around 42 million inhabitants.

Translators Associations Latin AmericaLexis estimates there are at least 10 translators associations in Argentina.

The Argentinian Interpreters and Translators Association (AATI) was born in 1982, from the enthusiasm of a group of highly motivated professionals.

ADICA ia a translators association founded on the 2nd October 1979, with the objective of representing simultaneous and consecutive professional interpreters in Argentina.

In Argentina, there are also local translators associations of like the CTPCBA, a translators association of sworn translators of the City of Buenos Aires, and the CTPZN, a translators association founded in 1995, by a group of translators who felt the urgent need to establish a space for exchange and collaboration with other professionals in the Northern area of Buenos Aires.

That is also the case of CTPPC, a translators association to the same type of professionals, founded in 1991, and the sworn translators association in Santa Fe, both based in Cordoba,

The same goes for these two translators associations. CTPS is a translators association, founded in 1998 in Bahía Blanca, a city located in the south-west of the province of Buenos Aires, that also brings together sworn translators.

TRADUBA is a translators association that brings together members that study or have studied in the University of Buenos Aires, a teaching institution that enjoys enormous prestige both locally and internationally.

AATT is the Argentinean translators association of technical-scientific translators. It was founded in 2000.

Another translators association is ADICA: Established in 1979, this Argentinean translators association represents more than 60 well known local simultaneous and consecutive professional interpreters.

If you wish to stay informed on all translators associations from other parts of the world, here's a hint. Lexis News is divided in seven regions:

Africa's translators associations | North America’s translators associations | Latin America's translators associations | Asia Pacific's translators associations | Eurasia's translators associations | Global translators associations

Lexis is happy to receive and publish news on events and other initiatives by your translators association. Please send us the press releases by your translation association to the email address Lexis – Connections with meaning

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