Translation and Interpreting Organisations and Resources:


FIT: International Federation of Translators

AIIC: International Association of Conference Interpreters

NAATI: National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters

AUSIT: Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators

ITI: Institute of Translation & Interpreting

SLIANZ - Sign Language Interpreters Association of New Zealand

Resources for Translators and Interpreters

EURODICAUTOM - website of the European Union

TERMNET - The International Network for Terminology

LOGOS Homepage

ProZ - see also their online PD/webinars

Thorners Indemnity Insurance

Hindi Centre, Hindi Translation & Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada

European Parliament Terminology Coordination - see also the widget below

POEditor - localisation platform - click here for special deal for NZSTI members

crossMarket - localisation platform now open for everyone not just Across software users

Translation Commons - a non-profit volunteer community providing free resources to linguists for their professional enrichment - offers freelancers the opportunity to learn new tools and to find free available resources to help them stay current.

Publication Resources (subscription required for some)

Translation & Interpreting - The International Journal of Translation and Interpreting Research (free online journal) 

Office of Ethnic Communities Updates (subscribe to the regular OEC Update for news items of interest - free)

ITI Bulletin 

MultiLingual magazine (print or digital versions offered and this link has a special subscription offer)

Counterpoint / Contrepoint - a bi-annual periodical on literary translation published by the European literary translators' organisation CEATL in both an English and a French version. For everyone interested in literary translation, or have a general interest in literature across borders, the European book market, and in the people that shape both.

John Benjamin Publishers (search the catalogue for translation/interpreting publications - it includes several by NZSTI members and experts in the T/I field)

Dicoland.com "La maison du dictionnaire & mediqualis" a catalogue of dictionaries and other language texts and reference books. Mainly French<>other languages but also other language combinations. 

Slater Language Industry News (subscribe to the newsletter for free, but some reports are on a subscription basis)

Neke. The New Zealand Journal of Translation Studies (NEW in 2018! The first T&I journal in NZ. Online, peer-reviewed - open to submissions.)

Translation and Interpreting an Australian journal, hosted by the University of Western Sydney - it is Open Access and has quite a high ranking. There are three issues per year. This journal was set up by Professor Sandra Hale several years ago. All research articles are doubleblind peer reviewed. Editor: Associate Professor Mustafa Taibi; co-editor: Associate Professor Ineke Crezee (AUT).

Professional Development

Courses in NZ (accepted for NZSTI Member or Affiliate membership)

Language Experts - short courses in Australia, webinars (accepted for PD points towards NAATI reaccreditation)*

ProZ - regular online PD - webinars

UCL CenTraS - Centre for Translation Studies - London (specialist courses, some online, offered frequently)* Also available, monthly Translation News mailout with a roundup of events, PD and interesting links. Email the compiler to request addition to the mailing list:

Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona (online PD courses, especially Terminology, offered frequently)*

TERMNET - The International Network for Terminology* - regular courses offered, many online.

*For ongoing PD purposes only. NZSTI cannot guarantee the content or quality of these courses or seminars, these are listed only as a service, please research carefully for your needs. These institutions have mailing lists or other ways to obtain notifications.




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