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Interview with new AIIC President Linda Fitchett

What drives AIIC’s new president? What does she see as the main challenges facing our profession today? What would she like to accomplish in her 3-year mandate? We delved into these and other matters in a recent talk with Linda.

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Fair winds: AIIC Assembly highlight

AIIC members travelled to the banks of the River Plate in great numbers and their Argentine hosts had them dancing in the conference room and the streets. Speeches were heard, cheeks were pecked, issues debated, steaks eaten, and legs well and truly shaken.

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Letter from the President

Every three years AIIC - like any similar association - holds its Assembly, as tradition and regulations dictate, to look back over the past three years and plan for the next three. The Assembly also sees new officers appointed to the Association's governing bodies, elects committees and considers various administrative issues.

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Interpreters in conflict areas: a new AIIC project

Most members stayed until the last day of the AIIC Assembly, a Sunday morning at that, in order to participate in the panel discussion and open debate on interpreters in conflict areas. The response was enthusiastic and the ensuing exchange of views a harbinger of new directions.

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The Porto assembly

What AIIC for the future? The 32nd Assembly of AIIC is just around the corner, set for 13 -16 January 2003 in Porto, Portugal.

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Porto Assembly, recommended hôtels

Selon vos moyens et vos préférences (distance du centre de conférence, confort/luxe, seul ou accompagné) vous avez le choix du logement. Il y a beaucoup de petits et de grands hôtels à Porto. Pour négocier les prix nous avons pris comme critères la distance, le confort, le prix et le nombre de personnes. Last minute, recommended hotels (updated october 2002) Dernière minute, hôtels recommandés (mis à jour octobre 2002)

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