If you are an ITI member and you would like to set up a new ITI network, please contact our Membership Officer on [email protected] or phone +44 (0) 1908 325251.

Please note: membership of one of our Networks does not constitute membership of ITI.

 

ITI International Network

The International Network is a growing network, open to any member who lives outside the UK. Its very nature means that it is a virtual network, although members have the opportunity to meet up at ITI events.

Caroline Lakey
e: [email protected]

ITI Neurodiversity Network

The principal aim of the newly formed ITI Neurodiversity Network is to provide a place where neurodiverse translators and interpreters can come together to discuss common issues and offer mutual support, both through formal CPD and socially. We also want to raise awareness in the wider language industry of the strengths that neurodiverse professionals can bring to bear.

Neurodiversity is an umbrella term for naturally occurring variations in how people’s brains work that make some of us behave and think differently from so-called neurotypical people. Some of the best-known neurodiverse conditions are autism (including what used to be classified as Aspergers), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), attention deficit disorder (ADD), dyspraxia and dyslexia. There are other less well-known conditions too.

The ITI Neurodiversity Network is open to all translators and interpreters working in all language pairs and subject specialisations who are, or consider themselves to be, neurodiverse – regardless of whether they have been clinically diagnosed.

Carola Lange and Paul Ryan 
e: [email protected]

ITI Parent Network

The ITI Parent Network is a parent-friendly environment where members can discuss all aspects of working as a linguist at the same time as having parenting responsibilities. The group aims to help members grow, learn and develop professionally, as well as finding new ways of working and supporting each other

Katherine Capaldi
e: [email protected]


ITI Research Network

ITI is involved with various research partners working towards producing research outcomes related to the translation and interpreting sector. Additional information can be found within the research section of this website. 

Sarah Bawa Mason
e: [email protected]