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2007-06-12
Open letter of condolence from Dr. Christian Galinski to the Minister of Arts and Culture of the Republic of South Africa on the death of Mr. Xolile Mfaxa

With enormous sadness, we write on behalf of the executive board, members and entire staff of the International Information Centre for Terminology (Infoterm), to convey our deepest sympathy upon the loss of your colleague, Director for Language Planning and Terminology Coordination, Xolile Telford Mfaxa and...

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2007-05-21
Inaugural meeting of the World Language Documentation Centre at UNESCO (Paris)

The World Language Documentation Centre (WLDC), which comprises world-renowned experts in language technologies, linguistics, terminology standardisation, and localisation, was officially launched on 9 May 2007 at the offices of UNESCO in Paris.

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2007-05-15
ISO/TC 37 Survey on terminology and other language and content resources standards

ISO/TC 37, the International Organisation for Standardization's Technical Committee dealing with the standardization of principles and methods of "Terminology and other language and content resources" is conducting a survey in the course of a user group analysis.

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2007-03-23
CALL FOR PAPERS: Current Trends in Terminology - International Conference on Terminology

Szombathely, Hungary. 9th - 10th of November, 2007. Organised by the Department of Uralic Studies, the Department of Applied Linguistics and the Terminology Innovation Centre at Berzsenyi Dániel College (Szombathely, Hungary)...

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2007-03-20
Second CEN StandarDay

Open information days at CEN on European standardization. Brussels, 17 - 18 April 2007. Due to the great success of the first StandarDay, CEN is organizing a second information session, which will take two days instead of one. The first day consists of a general introduction on European Standardization...

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