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03/12/2013 10:48

The “LIT Search” consortium recently received information from the EU Commission that the proposal for the “LIT Search” project has been accepted and will receive EU funding. The “LIT Search” project will be a pilot project to explore the modalities and practical features of a European database of legal interpreters and translators and eventually link up the countries participating in the pilot project (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom; France, Slovenia).

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19/11/2013 15:17

Did you know that EULITA is also active on social media?
Follow us on Twitter or join our discussions on LinkedIn. We’ll be glad to see you there.

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19/11/2013 14:46

A Spanish version of the Final Report of the ImPLI (Improving Police and Legal Interpreting) project is now available under "European Projects" in the "LIT materials" section.

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01/11/2013 10:38

An update of the preliminary programme, the Call for Papers and the registration form (in the four conference languages English, German, Russian and Polish) as well as hotel information can now be found in the left-hand margin of the EULITA website under "Upcoming events".

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01/11/2013 10:20

The 28 EU member states had three – instead of the usual two – years to transpose Directive 2010/64 on the right to interpretation and translation in criminal proceedings into national law. However, according to the most recent information only 8 countries have communicated their national execution measures, while 1 country reported that it did not see any need to adopt any such measures.

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28/10/2013 13:14
L’Association Danica Seleskovitch organise le samedi 16 novembre à l’ESIT une Table Ronde de 15h à 17h30, suivie d’un cocktail, sur le thème "Une théorie pour traduire – à quoi bon ?"

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