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EuroTermBank to Promote Linguistic Diversity
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Conference on Translation in Vilnius
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Sharing Experiences with Swedish and Finnish Terminology Centres
EuroTermBank represented in LISA Terminology Special Interest Group
Minister for Electronic Government Affairs launches EuroTermBank at the Latvian opening ceremony
International conference on terminology issues
ETB in Third Terminology Summit
LKI activities in ETB project
The Baltic countries terminologists school
Meeting with Lithuanian terminologist in European Council, Brussels
Terminology of national languages and globalization
Warsaw International Forum of Court Interpreting and Legal Translation in the Enlarged Europe
ISO/TC37 meeting week, Beijing
Meeting with terminologists from Swedish Centre for Terminology
EuroTermBank beta launched for Project Partners
Recent additions to the EuroTermBank terminology database
EuroTermBank to Promote Linguistic Diversity

26.10.2009
Tilde will participate in the terminology seminar organized by Network to Promote Linguistic Diversity (NPLD) on 8-9 December 2009 in Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Tilde will present EuroTermBank, the best practice of gathering multinational terminology resources and providing a terminology resources for all European languages.

NPLD facilitates the sharing of existing best practice and the development of new and innovative ideas in the field of language planning in all linguistic domains amongst Europe’s constitutional, regional and smaller-state languages. For more information on NPLD, visit http://www.npld.eu/