Agreement (2017) Governing the Conditions of Employment of Freelance Conference Interpreters
Agreement (2011-2016) setting out the conditions of employment of freelance conference interpreters
AIIC-UN Agreement rates (last update: January 2016)
effective 31st January 2009
Taux journaliers fixés conformément à l'Accord AIIC-Coordonnées 2014-2018
Agreement between the PACE and the Interpretation Department on webcasting of interpretation of plenary sessions of the PACE and of press conferences held during sessions.
Agreement governing conditions of work for freelance interpreters remunerated on a daily basis between AIIC and the International Trade Secretariats (ITS)
All interpreters must remain vigilant and united to ensure compliance with the AIIC-UN Agreement
The AIIC-UN Negotiating Delegation reports (Dec. 2014)
Report from the AIIC Professional Delegation at the European Commission.
At the assembly it organised on Tuesday 17 June last, in Brussels, the professional delegation at the EC reported on a number of subjects, with additional input from the Negotiating Delegation, and from the professional delegation at the EP.
Updates from the Negotiating delegation and the Professional delegations at the European Commission and Parliament.
Problems facing young interpreters in the UN sector examined in brainstorming session.
Employee relations suffer as representation downgraded to consultation status and rule changes imposed.
Meeting in Brussels in July 2013, freelance interpreters working regularly for SCIC confirmed their concern about very short term recruitment and asked their delegations to take action.
On 3 May 2013, the AIIC professional delegation met with SCIC to discuss their policy for hiring new interpreters, also known as 'La relève'
The AIIC Professional Delegation in Geneva reviewed compliance with the AIIC/UN agreement on the part of various Geneva-based bodies and other matters of interest to freelance interpreters.
Below is a brief report on the information meeting held on 19/03/2013, some information on further developments in SCIC, and an appeal to colleagues to put in place a network of correspondents
Compliance and other matters of import were up for discussion when the AIIC group in charge of ensuring correct implementation of the agreement governing employment of freelancer interpreters in the U
November 2012 - It has been an eventful fortnight in the EU sector, with lots of twists and turns. Your AIIC delegations review developments on the right to strike in the EU institutions.
On 6 November 2012 the delegations (Negotiating Delegation and Professional Delegations at Commission and EP) held an information meeting for ACI in Brussels, and reported on the items below
You may have been contacted by agencies asking for your CV in connection with a bid for providing interpretation to European organisations. The AIIC-EU Negotiating Delegation reports on the dangers