…research findings for example should be globally shared and easily accessible, as well as information on international events or discussions of policies and developments of global significance.
For this task, a big step is achieved now. At our 2011 conference in Freiburg Duane Fast launched the new International Interpretation website. International Interpretation provides a non-aligned ground for disseminating news, discussing ideas, sharing research and forming teams of like-minded interpreters.
It is free for the use of all interpreters who are already members of a recognized interpretive association. All you have to do as Interpret Europe member, is to sign up at http://www.internationalinterpretation.org …
…and to actively contribute to the growth of this promising site.