Friday 17 October, 6pm. Cadillac vs Chevy, what are translators and interpreters missing? Presenter Dr Henry Liu, President FIT, MNZSTI
Tuesday 14 October 2014. Topic: Challenges in Interpretation!
It is the time of the year to celebrate the Feast of Saint Jerome – International Translation Day 30 September. This year, FIT has chosen the theme of: Language Rights: Essential to All Human Rights
An insight into the work of a literary translator - with Live-Translation by two NZSTI members. Hosted by the Goethe-Institut in cooperation with The National Library of New Zealand, NZTC International Translation Centre and The New Zealand Centre for Literary Translation.
Wellington, 30th September - St Jerome's Day, patron saint of translators.
Please participate in a Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) study that aims at improving the working conditions of translators - survey available in six languages.
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