Conference – EULITA General Assembly, Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg, Guy Moll

The European Legal Interpreters and Translators Association (EULITA) is organising its Sixth General Assembly and pre-Assembly conference at the European Court of Human Rights and the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France from 8-9 April 2016.

Preliminary Programme

Friday, 8 April 2016

EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

  • Translating at the European Court of Human Rights
  • 
Different perspectives on the work of the European Court of Human Rights

COUNCIL OF EUROPE, PALAIS DE L’EUROPE

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Interpreting at the Council of Europe
  • Different perspectives of the work of the Council of Europe,
  • 
Presentation of the results of the Fundamental Rights Agency survey on the transposition of Directive 2010/64/EU

Saturday 9 April 2016

HÔTEL ATHENA SPA

  • CRETA (Chambre Régionale des Experts Traducteurs Assermentés d’Alsace) on the national LIT situation
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Aspects of French judicial procedures,
  • Workshop: Are legal interpreters linguistic experts? Sachverständiger, expert witness, expert – Different roles or one function?
  • JUSTISIGNS – Presentation of a project on sign-language interpreting for the police
  • EULITA Academy – Preparing the transition
  • The Making of EULITA, followed by general discussion
  • 4pm-6pm Sixth General Assembly of EULITA (for EULITA members only)

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For the full preliminary programme and practical information click here, and for updates please check directly with the EULITA website, http://www.eulita.eu/upcoming-events. The conference fee includes visits to the European Court of Human Rights and the Council of Europe.

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Credit: Illustration by Guy Moll

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