What does Brexit mean for the language professions? Members shared their hopes and fears in a recent survey
Following yesterday’s referendum, the UK electorate has voted in favour of leaving the European Union, after 43 years as a member.
CIOL Council member Tom Gale MCIL reports on the ATC workshop on ISO 17100
Evelyn Reisinger MCIL CL is a translator trainer at City University.
The Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL) invites nominations for the next winner of the Threlford Memorial Cup – the prestigious award for inspiration and originality in language teaching and learning. The cup is awarded to an individual,...
CIOL, along with a number of other professional institutes, recently took part in a Customer Service Benchmarking project organised by PARN (Professional Associations Research Network).
Users of Kilgray's memoQ translation software have met in Budapest for its memoQfest conference for the past eight years, with many of...
The Man Booker International Prize for translated fiction, awarded last night to South Korean author Han Kang, is to be split with translator Deborah Smith, signalling a clear recognition of the translator’s contribution to literature.
Find out what brought Karen to the languages industry, her involvement with CIOL, and why she loves stomping along a Norfolk beach!
The Third Conference on Translating China, supported by CIOL, was held on 16-17 April 2016 at the Shanghai University of Electric Power. The conference theme was 'Reflections on Chinese and Western Translation Theories’ and was held in response...