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World Standards Day 2015 - Standards, the world's common language 07/10/2015 20:03

World Standards day is celebrated every year on 14 October to pay tribute to the effort of the thousands of experts who collaborate within IEC, ISO and ITU to develop voluntary international standards. The day is also a great opportunity to bring standardization to a wider audience.

EULITA has submitted the first draft of an ISO standard on legal interpreting to TC 37/SC 5/WG 2. National mirror committees are now invited to comment on the text before 12 October 2015.

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Co-Minor-IN/QUEST final report 01/09/2015 12:56

The final publication of the Co-Minor-IN/QUEST research programme has now been published and can be found here.

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LIT Search project: final conference 18/08/2015 17:53

The final conference of the LIT Search project, which developed a pilot database of legal interpreters and translators for the EU’s e-Justice portal, will take place in Antwerp, Belgium on 9 and 10 November 2015.

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Draft for ISO standard on legal interpreting presented to ISO TC 37/SC5/WG2 30/06/2015 11:37

EULITA presented the first text for an international standard on legal interpreting (AWI: ISO 20228) to Working Group 2 (Interpreting), which met during the ISO TC 37/SC5 meeting in Matsue, Japan, on 23 June 2015.

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Setting an example: 09/06/2015 11:05

The first UK National Joint Training for Police Officers and Police Interpreters

"Working together to obtain the best evidence"
11 September 2015, Cambridgeshire Constabulary Headquarters

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VADEMECUM for users of legal translations 19/05/2015 11:52

In the course of the QUALETRA project, a set of recommendations in connection with legal translations was produced. This "VADEMECUM for users of legal translations" is now available in several languages and can be found at QUALETRA - VADEMECUM and under LIT materials - Relevant documents.

Please use these recommendations to distribute them among lawyers, judges, prosecutors and other judicial stakeholders.

 

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