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The Linguist 53,3

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Members' Day 2014 Saturday 11 October BMA House Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP Save the date Join us to hear Eleanor Sharpston, Advocate General at the Court of Justice of the European Union, deliver the Threlford Memorial Lecture. Workshops and presenters will be announced soon. 201 Subscriptions - A perfect gift for linguists The bi-monthly journal of the Chartered Institute of Linguists contains a diverse range of articles for a specialised readership, together with items of current and more popular interest. Did you know you can take out a gift subscription for a friend, colleague or relative? The Linguist CHARTEREDINSTITUTEOFLINGUISTS 52/1 FEBRUARY/MARCH 2013 Foreign policy An FCO insider outlines the languages programme that's reversing the skills deficit In the booth Revelations from high-profile conference interpreters Win-win Inspiring stories from our prizewinners, including Arsenal's successful outreach work The Linguist CHARTEREDINSTITUTEOFLINGUISTS 52/3 JUNE/JULY 2013 Nelson Mandela How translating his words into Afrikaans became an act of defiance Inside the Met A candid look at the Force's language programme Learn online Four-article Focus on everything from MOOCs to webinars The Linguist CHARTEREDINSTITUTEOFLINGUISTS 52/4 AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2013 Inside asylum The challenging and sometimes distressing role of interpreting for Kurdish asylum-seekers Net gains From improving web searches to redefining the languages professions: a three-article Focus Chinua Achebe Translating Things Fall Apart, in tribute to the acclaimed novelist The Linguist CHARTEREDINSTITUTEOFLINGUISTS 52/5 OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2013 Too new for schools? Are teachers ready for a minimalist curriculum – and will it be good for languages education? Saving lives The training project that is throwing a lifeline to interpreters working with trafficked people Are you being Scammed? How translators can avoid the growing threat of identity theft For more information, call +44 (0)20 7940 3100 or visit Rates for 201 Subscription type UK Europe Rest of the world Two years £84 £110 £118 One year £44 £59 £63 Closing date for November exam: 15 August 2014 See the new DPI page of the CIOL website for full information: or email: Benefits include: • National recognition and accreditation (Ofqual) • Five year limit to complete the qualification • Credits for individual units • Unit exemptions for DPSI (Law) holders • Eligibility for the National Register of Public Service Interpreters (NRPSI) The Metropolitan Police Test is now accredited as: IoLET Level 6 Diploma in Police Interpreting (QCF) IoL EDUCATIONAL TRUST

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