THE ELEVENTH  INTERNATIONAL FORUM THE LIFE OF INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS - JOY AND SORROW?

 The FIT Committee for Legal Translation and Court Interpreting in cooperation with the Association of Scientific and Technical Translators of Serbia (UPIT) organizes under the auspices of the International Federation of Translators THE ELEVENTH  INTERNATIONAL FORUM THE LIFE OF INTERPRETERS AND TRANSLATORS - JOY AND SORROW? and is pleased to invite translators, interpreters, academics, researchers and students to attend the Belgrade International Forum to be held from September 19th (arrivals and get together) to September 21st, 2013.

To address the challenges created by the process of globalization, the rapprochement of cultures and the increasing cooperation between different language communities, we propose the following topics:

    Ethics and good practices
    Basic and further training and development of legal translators and court interpreters
    Cooperation with institutions and clients cooperation among colleagues
    Professional and legal status legal and public recognition of professional qualifications
    New tools (CAT) in specialized terminology
    Intercultural communication
    Future prospects.

You are kindly invited to submit a short bio- and bibliographical notice, conference topic, abstract and key-words of your paper. Deadline for sending abstracts: May 15th 2013
Length of abstracts with the usual affiliation: not more than 1.500 characters.
Authors are expected to send their abstracts to: Miodrag VUKČEVIĆ, UPIT, ul. Kičevska 9, 11000 BEOGRAD, SERBIA (upit@nullme.com sm.vukcevic@nullneobee.net)
Languages: English and French
A notification of acceptance for the submitted abstracts will be sent by May 31st 2013. All accepted papers will be published after the conference in Conference Proceedings.

Venue: Hotel Metropol Palace
Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 69
Belgrade 11000, Serbia

Registration fees:

   €120 till August 1st, 2013
   €150 between August 1st and September 19th, 2013

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  • Published: 5 years ago on 23 January 2013