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21/12/2018 11:39

The decision of the European Ombudsman in case OI/6/2018/LM on the European Commission’s failure to report on time on Member States’ compliance with Directive 2010/64/EU on the right to interpretation and translation in criminal proceedings was published on the Ombudsman’s website yesterday. You can read the text here:

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10/12/2018 10:19

The final vote concerning the ISO 20228 standard (Legal Interpreting) is now open and its deadline is 5 January 2019. We invite all EULITA members to ask their national ISO committees (mirror committees) to vote in favour of FDIS 20228 (Legal Interpreting) before that date.

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03/12/2018 11:38

On 15 November, EULITA submitted its observations to Ms O’Reilly, the European Ombudsman, relating to her Own Initiative Inquiry (OI/6/2018/LM) following a complaint introduced by a colleague against the Commission’s failure to submit a report on the Member States’ implementation of Directive 2010/64. The letter can be found here.

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20/11/2018 11:48

Registration for the EULITA conference entitled “The Impact of Interpreters on the Judiciary at National and International Level” to be held at the Court of Justice of the European Union, Plateau de Kirchberg, Luxembourg, on 28-29 March 2019 is now open and runs until 14 March 2019. The online registration form along with a preliminary

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15/11/2018 20:09

EULITA is pleased to announce that SCIC’s Knowledge Centre of Interpretation (KCI) has been launched and is now available online for all to use at The KCI is a “single, go-to space to manage and exchange knowledge, create synergies and disseminate best practices on conference interpretation and more”, designed to connect diverse communities with

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25/10/2018 10:13

We all agree that Justice should be celebrated every day in our courtrooms. Let’s therefore consider this day as a memento for everybody that Justice can only prevail if all legal stakeholders – prosecutors, judges, lawyers, notaries, registrars, police officers as well as legal interpreters and translators – respect each other and mutually recognize each

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