Content tagged 'european-union'

AIIC-EU Convention

Agreement on working conditions and the pecunary regime for auxiliary conference interpreters recruited by the Institutions of the European Union

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Interpreting in the News

EU enlargement and it's ramifications, intangible heritage, dragomans, and Hollywood movies with interpreters all make their way onto this issue's honor role.

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Pour un vrai plurilinguisme

Le système de l’"interprétation réversible", ou des langues-pivots, imaginé par les services administratifs de l’Union européenne (UE) a du moins le mérite de mettre bien en évidence la difficulté du plurilinguisme dans les organisations internationales.

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Building Europe - or back to Babel?

Communication across language borders is at the heart of international relations everywhere. It certainly is in the European Union, where millions of words are translated and interpreted every day fro

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EU tax for German-based interpreters

At the sectoral meeting held in October 1999 we told you that Germany had asked the Commission to provide tax information concerning colleagues who had their professional address in Germany and colleagues who had requested refund of the community tax deducted between 1 January 1989 and the end of July 1998.

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The Swedish Presidency of the EU

On 1 January 2001, Sweden will pick up the gavel of the EU presidency. The three areas it has declared as highest priorities for its six-month term are: EU enlargement, job promotion and increased environmental consideration in EU cooperation.

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Council regulation 628/2000

amending Regulation (EC, Euratom, ECSC) No 259/68 laying down the Staff Regulations of Officials of the European Communities and the Conditions of Employment of Other Servants of the Communities