newsletter – IAPTI

Open Letter to Antony J. Blinken, Secretary of State, US Department of State

Our international language coalition, together with our humanitarian partners @amnesty, @pen_int and @IRAP, are urging @SecBlinken to resettle Afghan #interpreters out of harm’s way prior to troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. #ProtectLinguists

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The African Flame goes online, while waiting for better times to meet in person again!

In 2016, IAPTI started a great initiative which we called “The African Flame”. In order to empower our African colleagues to “be the ones who profit from globalization” (and not the other way around), several in-person meetings were held around the African continent. I, Alfred Mtawali (Kenyan translator and Head of the Kenya Chapter), joined […]

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Sergio Viagio R.I.P.

It is with great sadness that IAPTI notifies the global community of translators and interpreters that Sergio Viaggio, one of IAPTI’s founders and an honorary member, passed away yesterday, 28 March 2021 as a consequence of the COVID-19 virus. A great loss to the profession, he will be sorely missed. We send our deepest condolences […]

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Open Letter to Canada’s Minister of Immigration


Surviving Outsourcing – Share your experience and tips!

IAPTI's YouTube Channel

IAPTI launches its own YouTube channel!

The International Association of Professional Translators and Interpreters (IAPTI) announces new members of its Staff Team

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