Translation Associations

Translation Associations in the Italy

  • AITI – Italian Association of Translation and Interpreting

    Country: Italy

    The Associazione Italiana Traduttori e Interpreti, founded in Biella, Italy in 1950, is a non-profit professional association of translators and interpreters. It is a founding member of the International Federation of Translators and a founding member of CEATL (the European Council of Associations of Literary Translators).AITI is organized into a…

  • ASSOINTERPRETI – Italian Association of Professional Conference Interpreters

    Country: Italy

    Founded in 1974, Assointerpreti, the Italian Association of Conference Interpreters, has a membership of practicing professional simultaneous and consecutive interpreters from all over Italy.A sound general education, specialist training and commitment to a code of good practice are fundamental prerequisites for membership, along with an excellent track record in a…

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    ANITI – Italian National Association of Translators and Interpreters

    Country: Italy

    ANITI is a professional, non-profit organization founded in Milan on 27 April 1956 under the name of SNITI, National Union of Italian Translators Interpreters. Today it is one of the largest professional association of translators and interpreters in Italy.The Association works to put into practice legislative regulation about translation and…

  • Feder.Cen.Tr.I. – Central Federation of Translation and Interpretation

    Country: Italy

    Feder.Cen.Tr.I. (National Federation of Translation Companies) is the first Italian association of language service companies. The first local "union" of translation and interpreting companies was established in 1991 in Bologna, and its success quickly led to the aggregation of other companies in several Italian cities.The Association. was officially formed on…

  • Federlingue – Italian Association of Linguistic Services

    Country: Italy

    FEDERLINGUE represents Italian providers of linguistic services such as translation, interpreting, language training, localization, internationalization and related services. It is a 'language center" that combines all activities of the sector.Founded in 1996 in Milan as a group of provincial centers, Federlingue is today part of the Italian Chamber of Commerce…






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