Find out what your colleagues think… or share your own great ideas with them. The AIIC Blog covers a diverse range of topics of interest to interpreters – and all (or most) of it is provided by you, the AIIC members. It could be your reflections on a recent event or book, film or exhibition. Perhaps you have important insights into the state of the world? How about a sketch, some photos, a video clip? If you think your colleagues might be interested or ought to know — send it to us!
A l’occasion du 8 mars, en tant que professionnel.le.s du maniement des langues, nous vous proposons quelques réflexions sur ce que le genre fait à la langue française, pour parler de celle que vos autrices connaissent le mieux.
Conference interpreters all agree that the quality of the sound has, on the whole, worsened with remote interpreting. But if we don’t examine the issue in depth, we risk reaching a conclusion that follows the same pattern as that of our misguided scientist.
The AIIC Legal Interpreting Committee recently organised an interesting discussion with Dr Pablo Saavedra Alessandri, Secretary of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. This was the first in a series of debates aimed at creating awareness of the work of interpreters at national and international courts.
Members of AIIC's Sign Language Network attend the World Association of Sign Language Interpreters (WASLI) conference and celebrate the appointment of AIIC member Dr Christopher Stone as the new WASLI president
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