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Marija Todorova


Proposal Submission Deadline: 01 March, 2021

A book edited by Olaf Immanel Seel (Ionian University of Corfu, Greece), Silvia Roiss (University of

Salamanca, Spain), Petra Zimmermann-González (University of Salamanca, Spain)


 Edited by Cornelia Zwischenberger (University of Vienna, Austria) and Alexa Alfer (University of Westminster, UK), contracted with Frank & Timme, Berlin.

Tuesday, 17 November 2020 10:25

Open Letter to Canadian Immigration Minister

Zhaoxing Xu, SUNY Binghamton University, USA

Nancy Viviana Piñeiro, Freelance translator and interpreter

Wednesday, 26 February 2020 01:34

Open Letter to Australian Prime Minister

The President and Executive Board of IATIS have joined Red T and many other international translator and interpreter associations  advocating for translators and interpreters at risk.


An Open Letter was sent to the Australian Prime Minister which you can read in full:

 In commercial contexts, mainstream localization decisions have traditionally targeted markets where a short-term return on investment will offset the localization costs (Exton et al. 2010, 81), whereas, in contexts where social, cultural, or political motivations are more important than the commercial return on investment, localization decisions may instead prioritize the dissemination of information as widely as possible, or specifically to those without access to the knowledge (Ibid; Anastasiou and Schäler 2010). More recently, the term localization has come into use by international aid organizations for their humanitarian practice to refer to the deployment of local resources such as local agents and local response models (Folaron 2019, 204). With such a wide range of contexts in which localization concepts are applied and decisions are made, it seems timely to call for papers examining localization practices around the world across different sectors.  This special issue of the Journal of Internationalization and Localization (JIAL) therefore aims to bring into cognisance previously less recognised locale-specific issues, emerging trends or research projects (including publicly funded research programmes and PhD research) as well as types of localization undertaken and localization tools used or under development. 

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