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Professional Interpreters for Justice

ITI has joined with other representatives of court interpreters to form Professional Interpreters for Justice (PI4J). PI4J is an umbrella organisation comprising a number of parties that are campaigning against the implementation by the UK Ministry of Justice of a Framework Agreement on interpreting in the Courts and Justice System.

The group is currently engaged in working with the Ministry of Justice to resolve the current problems in interpreting in the courts and tribunals in England. ITI's partners in PI4J are listed below:

  • APCI - Association of Police and Court Interpreters
  • NRPSI - National Register of Public Service Interpreters
  • NUPIT - National Union of Professional Interpreters and Translators, part of Unite the Union
  • SOMI - Society of Official Metropolitan Interpreters Ltd
  • WITS - Wales Interpreter and Translation Service
  • CIOL - Chartered Institute of Linguists
  • NUBSLI – National Union of British Sign Language Interpreters
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