Europe celebrates International Translation Day

Europe celebrates International Translation Day

As every year, CEATL has the pleasure of inviting you to the following events all throughout Europe.

Come and celebrate with us!

 

BASQUE COUNTRY (EIZIE)

This year, EIZIE (https://eizie NULL.eus/en) will celebrate International Translation Day by organising a press conference in San Sebastian. They will use this opportunity to announce the publication of the 50th issue of their magazine, SENEZ (https://eizie NULL.eus/en/publications/senez).

Europe celebrates International Translation Day

Europe celebrates International Translation Day

On 24 May 2017, the United Nations General Assembyl recognised 30 September as International Translation Day, to be celebrated every year across the entire UN network. Translators’ associations all over Europe organise a variety of festive events. To name a few:

 

Austria

The Austrian association of literary translators (http://www NULL.literaturhaus NULL.at/lh/ueg/) has a tradition of celebrating International Translation Day together with the other translators’ and interpreters’ associations in Austria by taking turns in organising the event.

Romanian and Argentinian literary translators talk about their professional activism at Leipzig Book Fair (16 March 2018)

Romanian and Argentinian literary translators talk about their professional activism at Leipzig Book Fair (16 March 2018)

Romania will be the focus country at this year’s  Leipzig Book Fair (15-18 March 2018). Among many other events on Romanian literature, the fair will also host a talk (http://www NULL.leipziger-buchmesse NULL.de/ll/veranstaltungen/29727) on literary translators and their efforts to create professional associations defending their rights.

‘Working day and night at their desks with only books and cats for company, literary translators sometimes have to go to great lengths to get organized and overcome professional isolation.

European Residence Programme for Writers and Literary Translators Sarajevo 2011-2012

The Traduki literary network, in cooperation with the Sarajevo Open Centre, will initiate the two-year European Residence Programme for Writers and Literary Translators in May 2011. Writers and literary translators from Albania, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Romania and Serbia are invited to submit their applications no later than March 15, 2011.