On 30 September ITD (International Translation Day) - widely known year after year for the feast - Saint Jerome - the Holy Bible translator who's thought to be the patron of linguists.
Online PR News – 06-October-2012 – Romania – On 30 September ITD (International Translation Day) - widely known year after year for the feast - Saint Jerome - the Holy Bible translator who's thought to be the patron of linguists. The get-togethers are advertised by the International Federation of Translators from the time it was established in 1953. FIT (the International Federation of Translators) released the thought of an officially recognized International Translation Day to show solidarity in the world-wide language translation community in order to market the translation line of work in different countries (not necessarily only in Christian ones) in 1991. It is really a chance to indicate self confidence in an industry that is increasingly becoming crucial in the time of ranking up globalization.
Annually, FIT (the International Federation of Translators) picks a topic for the ITD and causes it to be officially seen to people. The topic in the year 2011 – ‘’Translation: Bridging Cultures”. The motif for the year 2012 is “Translation as Intercultural Communication”. This current year, there's still an effort to facilitate productive cultural communicating via translation to reduce borders around the world.
All through various international locations, many individual linguists and agencies enjoy International Translation Day in numerous methods. They would organize a party, meeting, network and communicate, or manage some type of qualification improvement seminar, convention, course, etc. show them and advertise ITD around the world. Activities and tasks are arranged with the theme as the primary goal.
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