As in previous years, EUNIC Warszawa, the European Commission Representation in Poland and the Polish Association of Literary Translators held a celebration in Warsaw on the occasion of International Translation Day. Throughout the day, thirteen classes were given by distinguished and experienced translators in high schools. ¨…*
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For International Translation Day, the Association of Translators, Correctors and Interpreters of the Basque Language (EIZIE) launched an initiative to get one sentence in Basque translated into as many languages as possible.
The sentence was taken from a text (Berbelitzenak) written by Anjel Lertxundi, a Basque author, and is the following: ¨…*
The Spanish Ministry of Culture and Education has launched the campaign “Autores invisibles” (“Invisible Authors”) to celebrate International Translation Day, and support translators and promote their visibility. This initiative is the result of the constant and continuous efforts of several translators’ associations (including ACE Traductores) to increase awareness of the essential work carried out by translators. […]
Translators from Czech are invited to visit the Czech Republic in the spring again. The Czech Literary Centre offers residential stays in Prague or Brno lasting up to 4 weeks. Translators in residence have a chance to meet their authors, get acquainted with the local culture and literature, and present their work at such prestigious venues as the Václav Havel Library. […]