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09/07/2020 08:50

On 29 June 2020 the EULITA General Assembly, convoked online according to the Belgian Royal Decree n.4 of 9 April 2020, elected a new board whose mandate will last three years. Ms Daniela Amodeo Perillo (IT) was confirmed as President; Ms Laura Izquierdo Valverde (ES) and Joanna Miler-Cassino (PL) are the two new Vice-Presidents; Ms

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24/06/2020 15:31

To our great regret, the planned international conference and General Assembly in Athens cannot be held this year in light of the global coronavirus pandemic and the associated risks and security measures. According to EULITA’s constitution, the General Assembly nevertheless has to meet at least once a year, which is why the Executive Committee has

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09/05/2020 14:54

On 9 May 2020 we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the “Schuman declaration”, which owes its name to the French Minister of Foreign Affairs of the time, Robert Schuman, and which represents the founding text of European integration, followed, one year after, by the Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC). In his

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22/04/2020 10:14

To all Governments in Europe, On behalf of EULITA, the European Legal Interpreters and Translators Association, I would like to express my profound sorrow at the loss of lives and all the difficulties your government and your country are currently experiencing as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. The pandemic has developed into an unprecedented

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09/03/2020 10:38

We regret to inform you that on Sunday afternoon, the Greek government has announced a 4-week ban on all international conferences in Greece. Unfortunately, this means that the EULITA/PEEMPIP Conference and the General Assembly cannot take place as scheduled. We will get back to you shortly with more information concerning alternative dates and how to

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26/02/2020 11:47

This week, EULITA has joined a broad range of international organisations in co-signing a letter by Red T to the Australian Prime Minister, urging him to address the difficult situation of locally recruited Iraqi interpreters who have worked for the Australian Defence Force and are now finding it impossible to apply for protective visas at

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