For three days, Turin will be the world translation capital
Multilingualism is a key and central element of most of the activities of the ILO’s International Training Centre. On 27 to 29 April, the Centre will host the 24th International Annual Meeting on Computer-Assisted Translation and Terminology (JIAMCATT).
Created in June 1987 at the United Nations Office at Geneva, JIAMCATT provides its partners with a forum for debate, exchange of expertise and cooperation in the fields of computer-assisted terminology and translation, interpretation and documentation retrieval. To this end, JIAMCATT intends to enhance exchanges among language services of international organisations (United Nations System, European Union and other intergovernmental institutions), national bodies and academic partners in order to promote the pooling of the partners’ terminology resources to make them accessible to all in electronic form.
The 2011 meeting will bring together some 150 terminology and translation specialists representing over 70 international organisations, national institutions, universities and translation software designers.
Once again, the ITC in Turin is at the cutting edge of communication technology!
For more information: www.jiamcatt.org