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ITD 2021: United in translation
After more than a year of Covid-19 keeping us apart, this year’s theme is “United in translation“
Each year, translators, interpreters and terminologists celebrate International Translation Day on 30 September, the feast of St. Jerome. A unifying theme is chosen each year and a competition is held to design a poster for FIT members to print and use to promote the day and join together in celebrating our professions.
In 2017 we achieved an historical milestone for all professional translators, interpreters and terminologists, with the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopting Resolution A/RES/71/288, recognising the role of professional translation in connecting nations, and fostering peace, understanding and development. In the same resolution, the United Nations General Assembly declared 30 September to be UN International Translation Day, celebrated across the entire UN network.
FIT Europe twittert:
We are very pleased to announce that FIT Europe, represented by our @FIT_EuropeChair, has been selected as a new member for a 6 year term of #LIND (Language Industry) Expert Group, that provides Directorate-General for #Translation with expertise on the #xl8 industry #DGT
- FIT survey – sondage: Business in the time of coronavirus: Take 4
- FIT Europe webinar: Does this sound right? Understanding the acoustics and health implications of RSI
Celebrate International Translation Day (ITD) 2020 with our winning poster design for this year’s ITD theme: Finding the words for a world in crisis.
Our profession has been pivoting rapidly to keep up with changing realities and expectations, and the importance of our work to ensuring clear information reaches everyone and overcoming language barriers – both global and local – has been highlighted in unprecedented ways this year.
Translators, terminologists and interpreters provide crucial services both on the front line and behind the news in crisis situations, so let’s celebrate our contributions amongst ourselves as well as provide the general public with information about our work.
This year’s ITD poster competition received a record of 46 entries. The winning design came from Liza Gunenko and captures the importance of unity and solidarity to counterbalance the looming crisis. More information about her is to follow soon on the FIT website and social media.
This year, let us celebrate ITD as never before. Join together, while keeping a safe distance, in whatever way you can. Download the poster and share it to promote your celebrations.
To all our members, we say, stay safe. Working together, we will overcome the challenges ahead.
Tweet von FIT Europe (@FIT_Europe) am 3. Juli 2020
The UK is preparing to launch a mega-tender: the pan-government contract will cover #xl8 and #1nt services to be used by a range of central government departments and UK public sector bodies
Umfrageergebnisse, 23. Juni 2020
Results from FIT Europe’s COVID-19 “Take 3” survey
Poster Competition 2020
Umfrageergebnisse, 5. Juni 2020
FIT Europe and EUATC release the full European Language Industry Survey 2020 slidedeck.
Positionspapier der FIT vom 3. Juni 2020: „FIT Position Paper on the Role of FIT / Document de position de la FIT sur le rôle de la FIT“ als PDF-Dokument