More than 800 language industry stakeholders have given expressed their opinions and concerns about the current state and the future of our industry. With the additional support of FIT Europe, the International Federation of Translators, next to EUATC, Elia, GALA, the Lind group of the European Commission and the EMT network of universities, the survey now covers all major segments of the industry.
The ATC organising committee is seeking paper submissions looking at aspects in five distinct strands for the plenary sessions.
The first Balkan Language Industry Symposium takes place in Belgrade on 9-10 November 2017.
Brexit: Prior to the referendum on the UK’s continued membership of the European Union the ATC conducted a survey of its members, which revealed that 100% of them wanted to remain in the EU.
EU-funded eTransFair (How to Achieve Innovative, Inclusive and Fit-for Market Specialised Translator Training) project under the Erasmus+ programme has just started last 29th September with the kick-off meeting held at Budapest.
The Centre of Modern Languages (BME) of Budapest University of Technology and Economics and proford (the Hungarian association of translation companies) held a conference to celebrate St. Jerome's Day with the participation of EUATC.