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CIAP, a one-stop shop

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by Suzanne Kobine-Roy

In November 2012, some 90 representatives of civil society organisations met in Bangkok for a series of meetings organised by the International Budget Partnership (IBP)*. CIAP provided interpretation in English, French, Spanish and Russian for participants from Africa, Latin America and Central Asia.

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Protection of minority languages: a human rights obligation

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Half of the world’s estimated 6,000-plus languages will likely die out by the end of the century without urgent efforts to protect minority communities and their languages, a United Nations independent expert said in March 2013.

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Hedging your Bets

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by Manuel Pastor

There are two questions conference organisers often ask a consultant interpreter:

  • Can I get local interpreters?
  • What contingency measures have you taken to cover for unforeseen events?

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The art and craft of interpreting

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By Luigi Luccarelli

Professional interpreter, translator, editor and trainer Luigi Luccarelli explains how interpreters must be skillful in myriad ways to carry out the task before them.

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Those Incredible Interpreters

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Interpreting is one of the most difficult linguistic skills

Have you ever sat down in an interpreter’s booth, put on the headphones and tried to interpret the incoming speech? I did when I was a young and rather naive student who thought that being bilingual meant one could interpret simultaneously. No sooner had I started that problems arrived. As I was outputting the first sentence, the second one was already coming in but I hadn’t paid enough attention to it. I remembered its beginning but not its ending. Very quickly I fell behind and I just couldn’t say anything more after a few minutes!

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