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19/05/2019 11:28

On 16 March of this year, the Court Interpreters and Translators Association of Serbia (CITAS/USSPTS), one of EULITA’s associate members in Serbia, launched Omniglosar (Omniglossary), a multilingual terminology base of legal and economic terms used in official documents, legal or administrative processes, international affairs, involving 12 languages: Serbian, English, German, Italian, Greek, Russian, Hungarian, Croatian, Montenegrin,

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09/05/2019 14:12

On May 9, the whole of Europe celebrates every year Robert Schuman’s founding speech of 1950. “Europe will not be made all at once, or according to a single plan. It will be built through concrete achievements which first create de facto solidarity”. This visionary phrase is gradually becoming a reality with the help of

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13/04/2019 08:04

The conference “The Impact of Interpreters on the Judiciary at National and International Level” organized by EULITA at the Court of Justice of the EU in Luxembourg on 28 and 29 March was a great success and deserved a follow-up even on the Court’s Intranet, as you can see here below. 160 registered participants attended the

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04/02/2019 15:09

In March 2015 the EULITA General Assembly which convened in Opatija, Croatia, decided to submit a new work item proposal to ISO to further the efforts of legal interpreters towards more professionalism. The project of an international standard on legal interpreting was favorably accepted by ISO members, and work on the standard began immediately. In

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01/02/2019 10:13

With a delay of 4.5 years, the European Commission has finally published its (very general) report on the implementation of Directive 2010/64/EU, which can be found here: http://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regdoc/rep/1/2018/EN/COM-2018-857-F1-EN-MAIN-PART-1.PDF?fbclid=IwAR0ST915hbjLIIn0Am-oGFd7AwtvO43ZZ5CfbEIYf6XLUY1QBHXTZF4ZRJY EULITA welcomes any comments you may have in this respect.

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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: https://www.ombudsman.europa.eu/en/decision/en/107489.

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