Translation Associations

Translation Associations in the Brazil

  • SINTRA – Sindicato Nacional dos Tradutores

    Country: Brazil

    SINTRA is an acronym for “National Union of Translators”, entity originated from a group of translators who were housed in Rio de Janeiro, since the early seventies, in SBAT – Brazilian Society of Authors of Drama. The first conquest of this previous association of translators was the recognition of the…

  • ABRAPT – Brazilian Association of Translation Researchers

    Country: Brazil

    ABRAPT is a not for profit civil society, exclusively cultural, with no political, philosophical, religious or ethnic ties or restrictions. The goals are: – To unite translation researchers from around the country and to allow and encourage their participation in all relevant works in the translation area; – To establish…

  • ABRATES – Brazilian Association of Translators

    Country: Brazil

    ABRATES, the Brazilian Association of Translators, is a professional association that brings together professionals and institutions in the field of translation, with the objective of promoting professional development, disseminating information and encouraging interchange and activities that aim at promoting the value of these professionals and this profession. To this end,…

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    APIC – Professional Association of Conference Interpreters from Sao Paulo

    Country: Brazil

    In July 1971 eight interpreters from São Paulo met to found the APIC – Associação Paulista de Interpretes de Conferência, according to the standards of the International Association – IACI – which had by then already worked for 18 years, with headquarters in Geneva. The APIC was created because of…






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