Suppose we live in a country where we have to learn a foreign language in order to know the laws in force. How much will we be able to understand? And how much will we be able to act as citizens, using a foreign language? That is why, in the European Union, the translation service contributes to linguistic justice and democracy.
This topic will be discussed by Michele Gazzola, lecturer at the University of Ulster and guest researcher at the University of Udine, a specialist in the analysis of language policies and the economic and social aspects of multilingualism.
The conference will be in presence on Wednesday 5 July at 10 a.m. in Palazzo Antonini-Cernazai (room 6) and accessible on Teams at this link. In order to join the Team, please write to: redattologia @ uniud.it
The Laboratory on Writing and Translation Studies has organized a series of seminars on "plain language" with experts in professional writing, document design, terminology and syntax. The seminars are specifically aimed at students of Translation and Cultural Mediation and comprise a theoretical and a practical part.
Students who attend the seminars can obtain 1 university credit upon request.
For information please write to redattologia @ uniud.it