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Last updated: 21 March 2000
- Fédération Internationale des Traducteurs
(International Translators' Association). The pages are
available in English and in French.
- American Translators Association
ATA is the largest association of professional
translators and interpreters in the US, with a membership
of over 5,000. It promotes the training of translators at
colleges and universities. Translators that want to
become ATA accredited members have to successfully pass
the ATA certification program.
- AITI -
Associazione Italiana Traduttori e Interpreti
AITI is the Association of Italian Translators and
Interpreters. It was established in 1950 and is a member
Literary Translators Association
This page includes a translation library and an Author
and Translator database, a clearinghouse with the records
of English translations that have appeared in book,
anthology and journal form. The database is particularly
valuable for retrieving information on translations of
contemporary international authors whose works in
translation have appeared only in journals or
- Asociación Profesional Española de Traductores e
- California Court
Interpreters Association (USA)
- Irish Translators Association
- Institute of Translation and Interpreting (UK)
This organization is the British equivalent of ATA
(American Translators Associations). They have about
2,500 members and issue a regular bulletin.
- Localisation Resources
Includes the Information Exchange Point (IEP) and a
well-furnished library of translation related software of
- NAJIT -
National Association of Judicial Interpreters and
- Ordre des traducteurs et interprètes agréés du
The Association of Translators and Interpreters in
Quebec, Canada. More than 2,000 professionals are OTIAQ's
members. The association has been working on terminology
definition and translation issues for a long time.
- Linguists Online
Free listings for translators (by source/target combination), resume
page and e-mail direct link. Customers can read the resume and
mail the translator directly. All free -- I couldn't find a catch
(the page is looking for sponsors).
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