International Translation Day

International Translation Day

St_Jerome_in_his_studySt Jerome’s Day, as International Translation Day is commonly known, is celebrated on 30 September.

St Jerome, the bible translator, has always been considered to be the patron saint of translators and interpreters throughout the world. For a long time, the days and weeks (and sometimes months) around 30 September have therefore been used by translators and interpreters (and their associations) to celebrate the occasion. Ever since FIT (International Federation of Translators) was established in 1953, St Jerome’s Day celebrations have been encouraged and promoted by the FIT Council and Executive Committee in an ad hoc fashion. It was not until 1991 that the Public Relations Committee of FIT launched the idea of an International Translation Day.

Kylie will attend the webinar celebrating INTERNATIONAL TRANSLATION DAY on September 29-30th.

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