The recommendations of the PETRA congress have now been published.
Results of survey on university curricula for literary translators have been published.
Winners of the first CEATL ‘Spot The Translator’ video contest.
CEATL issues e-cards for International Translation Day (30 September).
Policy Dialogue on ‘The state of play of translation across the Mediterranean’ (26 June, Brussels)
The General Assembly of CEATL has elected a new Board member.
CEATL welcomes new member associations from Italy, Poland and Serbia.
The new application form for EU translation grants (Strand 1.2.2) is now online.
CEATL publishes its Hexalogue, demanding fair-play for literary translators.
CEATL has published a flyer to present its activities.
An international meeting of translators from German will take place from 11 to 18 March, 2012.
Croatia joins the TRADUKI network.
The news section of the CEATL website has undergone a technical and graphical transformation.
The On the Move netwerk has published an extensive mobility funding guide.
PETRA organises a congress on the situation of literary translation in Europe (Brussels, 1-3 December).
The policy recommendations of the European Civil Society Platform on Multilingualism have now been published.
The 2011 selection results of the EU literary translation support programme are now public.
A feasibility study for actions to support literary translators’ mobility is now being carried out.
The General Assembly of CEATL has elected a new Board.
CEATL’s annual meeting is taking place in Prague from 12 to 14 May.