To whet your appetite and give you a flavour of what’s to come, we’ve uploaded a provisional conference programme.
With two presentations awaiting confirmation, the programme looks full and exciting. This year’s theme ‘Conflict and Communication’ has been well received and the various presentations will explore this in depth.
The presentations have been organised in three streams: translation (including literary translation); interpretation; and professional development. We have two designated areas in the National Library and have endeavoured to group the presentations by affinity to allow delegates to easily select their favourites.
There has been great interest in our conference from overseas and we look forward to welcoming delegates and speakers from Saudi Arabia, Australia, Singapore and China.
Don’t forget the pre-conference programme on Friday 26 June: we have a full day of optional visits and functions. Be sure you take this into account when making your travel arrangement.
Conference registrations are filling up and the dinner at Parliament House is proving particularly popular so be quick to reserve your place!