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Literature & Translation


Welcome to UNESCO's Clearing House for Literary Translation, an initiative developed in the framework of the Global Alliance for Cultural Diversity, as well as a centre for information, guidance and encounter for all those (translators, publishers, researchers, archivists, teachers) working on the discovery and promotion of still unknown literatures. 


Translation and Cultural Diversity
XVIII World Congress of the International Federation of Translators (FIT) More

Mediation and Conflict: Translation and Culture in a Global Context
3rd Conference of the International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies More

Translation Sciences Today
International Congress in Moscow More

After Translation: Ethics and Professionalism
International Conference More

Amsterdam, World Book Capital City 2008
Amsterdam will be, after Madrid, Alexandria, New Delhi, Antwerp, Montreal, Turin and Bogota, the World Book Capital City in 2008. More

Nomination of the World Book Capital City 2007
Bogota (Colombia) has been nominated World Book Capital City 2007. More


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LitProm_small.jpgSociety for the promotion of literature from Africa, Asia and Latin America (LITPROM)