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FIT/FIT-Europe conference "How can Intellectual Property Legislation benefit Translators" to be held at Huis van Europa, the Hague, Netherlands, on 23 November 2018

  • The complete programme of the IP Conference in PDF format
  • Poster in EN (for social media and online communication)
  • Poster in FR (for social media and online communication)

We would ask you to forward this information to the members of your association and share it on your social media accounts. Please note that registration to this conference is FREE and open to all but it is important to register early as room capacity is limited.To register, please email:

Accommodation may be booked at the Hotel Babylon, the Hague, using this link

If you have any other queries relating to the conference, please contact



Dear colleagues,

To strengthen our joint campaign for a UN Resolution to Protect Civilian Translators and InterpretersFIT has worked with Red T to create a template for a letter to the UN ambassadors of various countries. This template is designed as a guide and its content can be adapted by the respective sender. 

To highlight the plight of translators and interpreters in areas of high conflict and to urge UN ambassadors to issue a call for a UN Resolution to Protect Civilian Translators and Interpreters, we urge all FIT member organisations to send an “official” version to their UN Ambassador (in New York). In order to bring as much pressure to bear as possible, we would also ask you please to distribute the template to all your individual members so that they can take a stand and become involved as wellIn this way, we hope to draw the maximum amount of attention to our cause

We hope that many letters and/or emails will be sent! 

Thank you in advance!

Meilleures salutations, Best regards,


Kevin M.J. Quirk
Président | President
Fédération Internationale des Traducteurs
International Federation of Translators

Click here to download the template in English, adapted for NZ users.


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