Potential union representation for interpreters and translators
Thread poster: Patricia Will

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Member (2004)
German to English
Oct 21, 2011

Dear colleagues,

A working group of interpreters in Melbourne has started liaising with APESMA trying to see what kind of representation there would be for interpreters and translators. The working group needs to know the size of interest.
If you and any other practising interpreter would like to receive information and news on what is happening, please send an e-mail with “Union” in the subject line to tiunion2011@gmail.com.

Best regards
Trish Will

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