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14/10/2018 16:56

EULITA and ALTI are very happy to announce that the EULITA General Assembly will take place next year in Luxembourg on Friday, 29 March, at 3 pm. It will be preceded on Thursday afternoon by a roundtable where national and CJEU judges will discuss the impact of interpreters on the judiciary, and on Friday morning

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30/09/2018 08:41

26th, the European Day of Languages 30th, International Day of Translation EULITA does not forget, however, that translators and interpreters work tirelessly around the world 365 days per year in order to allow mutual understanding, facilitate communication, contribute to avoid miscarriages of Justice.

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15/07/2018 18:34

The Commission awarded the grant to the project NetPraLat (NETworking to strengthen pre-trial procedural rights by PRActice-oriented cross-border LAwyers Training) whose beneficiaries are the Catalan Bar Association (CICAC), the Catalan Organization for the Defense of HR (IRIDIA), the Lithuanian HR Monitoring Institute (HRMI), the Polish National Bar Association (NBAP) and EULITA. The Estonian Bar Association,

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20/06/2018 08:00

The EULITA expert Liese Katschinka successfully communicated the latest version, including ISO Secretariat adjustments, to WG 2 members at the annual meeting of ISO TC 37 SC 5 in Hangzhou, China. ISO members will now be asked to vote on the text so that it will be adopted as a final ISO standard on legal

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09/05/2018 10:11

On 9 May 1950 Robert Schuman, the French Foreign Minister, put forward the establishment of a European Coal and Steel Community where the members – particularly France and Germany, who until then had been enemies for centuries – would pool their production of coal and steel. It was due to the production of goods during

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07/05/2018 13:03

The General Data Protection Regulation, known as GDPR, will enter into force on 25 May 2018. You will find below some information about its scope and application. EULITA, as a European association, is covered by GDPR’s provisions and must apply them to personal data it processes. In this context, EULITA is the “data controller” (for

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