By Maha El-Metwally Acoustic shock can have very serious implications for interpreters but we are not paying enough attention to it. This issue has gained more awareness in the context of remote interpreting but also in the context of colleagues who experienced acoustic shock while working in … [Read More...]
2020-06-08. Dear Members, please take a moment to read ATA’ Statement on Racism and Inequality. As a Division of ATA, we condemn any form of discrimination and we strive to reach equality through fair and equitable language provision.
2020-04-09. ATA and six other organizations signed an ‘Open Letter on Ensuring Healthcare Interpreters Safety during the COVID-19 Pandemic’ put forth by the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters.
2020-03-19. Get ready for ATA61! ATA’s 61st Annual Conference takes place October 21-24, 2020, in Boston, Massachusetts. Whatever your role in the T&I Industry, ATA61 is the place where dedicated professionals come together to expand their knowledge and their network. Learn more: ata61.org
2019-12-12. Read ATA position statement on California Assembly Bill 5: https://www.atanet.org/pressroom/statement_ATA_position_on_California_AB5.pdf