Mapping your translation process: another useful tip for your freelance business

If you ever wondered about what "mapping your translation business" means, here are some useful tips from Marta Stelmaszak, a freelance Polish-to-English translator who...

Non-refoulement

On June 20th the World Refugee Day is celebrated in many places, with many positive initiatives that emanate from the United Nations, the United...

EurTerm presentations

EP TermCoord, represented by its Head of Unit, Rodolfo Maslias, and Theodora Dourda, had lately the occasion to present EurTerm in two institutions: On 5...
TermNews feature

TermNews Spring 2020

The fresh Spring 2020 TermNews is out of the TermCoord oven! This issue brings you an insight into Terminology Without Borders and its interesting...

What’s behind the scenes of success as a translator?

The first time I thought about this article, a few months back, it was prompted by a conversation I had with a colleague in...

TermCoord launches a new section for its young audience to monitor...

TermCoord felt that having the only public website on terminology managed by a European Institution and cooperating actively in this field with universities, it...

News of TermCoord for the week: International Conferences

Every week we check the calendar of International Conferences in order to provide you with a list of the most relevant and interesting events...

International Translation Day celebrated by the Panhellenic Association of Translators (PAT)

  More than 170 translators, interpreters, linguists, academics, and students of the field were gathered and honored the Panhellenic Association of Translators which held an...

Interview with Petra Drewer

Petra Drewer is Full Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Applied Sciences in Karlsruhe, Germany. Her teaching and research activities focus on...

TermCoord presents the IATE Terminology Projects

With the arrival of the new year, the Directorate General for Translation welcomed 42 new Translation Trainees from all over the world. The trainees...
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