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XXII FIT World Congress

Varadero, Cuba

POSTPONED FOR ONE YEAR

Given the global spread of the coronavirus and the uncertainty of when the world may return to normal, FIT Council has, in close collaboration with the host organisation, the Association of Cuban Translators and Interpreters (ACTI), resolved to postpone for a period of one year the XXII FIT World Congress that was due to be held in Varadero, Cuba on 3–5 December 2020.


2. Translatio Issue 2020-02:

Dear FIT Members,

I am pleased to announce the publication of Translatio 2020-02.

You will find news from our Federation as well as from our member associations.

Many thanks to the Translatio Standing Committee members: Helga Benigni-Cokan, Marion Dislaire, Ben Karl, Sandra Mouton, Réal Paquette and Marita Propato.

Do not hesitate to send us articles about your association for the next issue at translatio@fit-ift.org

Enjoy your reading!

Read Translatio online in English or French  

Réal Paquette, traducteur agréé | Certified Translator (OTTIAQ)
Secrétaire général | Secretary General
Membre du Comité permanent de Translatio | Member of the Translatio Standing Committee
Membre du Groupe de travail sur les procédures | Member of the Procedural Task Force

Fédération Internationale des Traducteurs | International Federation of Translators

Call for Articles

Dear FIT Community,

These continue to be uncertain times for all of us. The COVID-19 recovery will likely be longer and harder than any of us imagined. And yet, our member associations are finding ingenious ways to help their own members and share useful resources. In addition to the types of articles that we regularly publish, the Translatio Editorial Team would like to continue to use our platform to highlight FIT associations' efforts to support their members and help coordinate a response to these extraordinary circumstances.

As usual, articles can also be about initiatives underway at your association or organisation, past or upcoming conferences, Board elections, etc. Submissions should be no more than 500 words, and detailed submission guidelines may be found here. We also welcome your submissions of properly credited photos (subjects, association affiliations and photographer) to accompany your articles.

The deadline for submissions is 15 April 2020.

Past issues may be viewed here.

Please submit articles to translatio@fit-ift.org.

Thank you in advance!
The Translatio Editorial Team


3. From the FIT enewsgroup:

a) Combative Interpreters in Denmark and the US - from Slater Weekly:

https://mailchi.mp/slator/slator-weekly-23-august-2019?e=c20a790dfc

b) Discussion and Position Papers

The FIT Research Task Force (RTF) has issued a discussion paper on remote interpreting and updated the position paper on machine translation. They can be found on the FIT website at https://www.fit-ift.org/publications/papers/.

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