Just launched: International Interpretation website

International cooperation is increasingly becoming important in Europe. But it happens, that even the European scope is too limited...

...research findings for example should be globally shared and easily accessible, as well as information on international events or discussions of policies and developments of global significance.

For this task, a big step is achieved now. At our 2011 conference in Freiburg Duane Fast launched the new International Interpretation website. International Interpretation provides a non-aligned ground for disseminating news, discussing ideas, sharing research and forming teams of like-minded interpreters.

It is free for the use of all interpreters who are already members of a recognized interpretive association. All you have to do as Interpret Europe member, is to sign up at http://www.internationalinterpretation.org ...

...and to actively contribute to the growth of this promising site.

If you can give your son or daughter only one gift,
let it be enthusiasm.

Bruce Barton