International Association of Conference Translators AITC

Name International Association of Conference Translators
Abbreviation AITC
Organization Type Association
Website http://www.aitc.ch/
Contact Name Pascale Klotz
Contact Title Admin. Assistant
Contact Phone +41 22 791 06 66
Contact Fax +41 22 788 56 44
Country Switzerland
Description AITC (the International Association of Conference Translators) is the professional body representing translators, prcis-writers, revisers and editors working on a temporary or permanent basis for international organizations or conferences. (Interpreters are represented by AIIC.)

AITC was founded in 1962 mainly in order to standardize the working conditions and terms of employment of short-term language staff employed by international organizations, particularly those belonging to the United Nations system.

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Training Does not offer training.

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