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ITI has produced Brexit guidance material for its members, that will be regularly updated in line with the latest developments and feedback received. Just log in as a member to My ITI and go to the My Membership Section and Member Information and you will see the Brexit heading.

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As part of its celebrations for International Translation Day (ITD), ITI has been inviting its members to share what translation means to them and society as a whole.

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ITI has expressed disappointment at the poor perception of UK language and cultural skills created by the translations of the UK Brexit White Paper published last week.

Here’s our latest round-up of articles on translation, interpreting and related themes that have appeared across the Web this month.

The ITI Annual Review 2017/18 is now available to download.

You've waited long enough and we know many of you are buzzing with ideas for presentations already. So here it is.

The ITI Conference 2019 will be staged in the Cutlers’ Hall, Sheffield on 10 & 11 May.

The theme ‘Beyond the core: forging the future of the profession' focuses on our strengths as professionals and the ways in which, individually and collectively, we can rise to future challenges.

Whether you work in translation, interpreting or any other field, if you have a relevant topic you would like to present on, we want to hear from you.

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