T4J

T4J
216 Route de Neufchâtel
Bihorel 76420 FR

 +33 (0)2 35 59 97 70
http://translatorsforjournalists.org/

Online Privacy Guide for Journalists 2017

What needs to be done to ensure that a journalist’s sources and data are secure and well? This Online Privacy Guide for Journalists 2017 explains the latest and safest techniques.

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Australian courts accused of using unqualified or inexperienced interpreters, even in critical cases

The Department of Social Services and tender contracts specify the use of professional, accredited interpreters wherever possible. "Wherever possible" has become the get-out clause for using unqualified, inexperienced interpreters, even family members.

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Mass Support for Afghan Interpreters

An online petition calling on the British Prime Minister to “Protect all Afghan interpreters who served with British troops” has been signed by nearly 170,000 people.

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Translators in Emerging Countries Attracted by Cybercrime

For freelance translators, the marketplace is getting harsher as customers increasingly use machine translation, and force freelancers to proof-read the output at lower rates. But underground marketplaces such as in Russia pay higher rates.

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European Union to become Monolingual

The decision in May 2015 by the European Court of Justice, ruling against Spain’s complaint about the discriminatory nature of the unified patent process, is indicative of the slow but sure trend of the EU to become monolingual.

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Support Youth Journalism International

We all know that in a world where special interests are always pressing their own agendas, young people are often ignored or forgotten entirely.

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Azerbaijani Awards to Journalists for Best Articles on the Prevention of Domestic Violence

The awards were made to journalists as part of a project supporting the implementation of the law on the prevention of domestic violence in Azerbaijan.

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New guidebook on co-operation between police and journalists during mass events and crises

The guidebook, Interaction between journalists and police officers during mass events and crisis situations, aims at helping to decrease tensions between law enforcement officers and journalists.

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OSCE: Efforts to increase freedom of expression and tolerance should go hand in hand

“Freedom of expression is precious […] It facilitates the dissemination and discussion of all kinds of beliefs, thoughts, and creeds. Free speech and free media are therefore vital for the promotion of tolerance and non-discrimination.”

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Award Ceremony held in Uzbekistan for Best Journalistic Work on Environmental Challenges

The OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Uzbekistan today honored journalists in an award ceremony to recognize the best journalistic pieces highlighting environmental challenges.

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