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The future of conference interpreting: training, technology and research

Date: June 30th - July 1st, 2006 Place: University of Westminster, London

The University of Westminster is to hold a two-day international conference on the future of interpreting, bringing together interpreters, trainers, employers, recruiters and researchers.

Recent political events as well and economic and technological developments present new challenges for many professions, including interpreting, as all forms of inter-cultural communication become crucial.  The conference will consider conference interpreting at this critical time, taking stock of recent changes and charting a course for the future.

The Organising Committee: Ingeborg Smallwood, Christine Adams, Zoë Hewetson and Rob Davidson (UoW); Clare Donovan (ESIT, Paris), Zsuzsa Lang (ELTE, Budapest), Barbara Moser-Mercer (ETI, Geneva) and Patrick Twidle (European Parliament)

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AIIC. "The future of conference interpreting: training, technology and research". February 2, 2006. Accessed February 20, 2017. <>.

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