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Consultant interpreter and new Calliope member, Sergio Álvarez Rubio

Strengthening the Calliope network of consultant interpreters

 | Interpreter insights
The Calliope network is delighted to announce that it has a new member: experienced consultant interpreter Sergio Álvarez Rubio.
A woman carrying a baby on a hanging bridge looks out over the Atlantic forest in Brazil

Environmentally aware interpreting services

 | Interpretation best practices
Calliope-Interpreters, true to its environmental commitment, has once again chosen to offset its CO2 emissions by planting 700 trees in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil.
Interprétation à distance en langue signée pour le Virtual Azure Community Day

Providing signed language interpretation at your virtual meetings

 | Interpretation best practices
Events should always be accessible, and virtual meetings are no exception. Calliope advises you on how you can enable the international and national deaf and deafblind communities to participate in your virtual event.
A desk with two stations for distance interpretation

Need Distance Interpretation? We are ready.

 | Global business issues
Unprecedented times call for unprecedented solutions. We have tested a number of potential simultaneous interpreting delivery platforms for your videoconferences.
People meeting around a table discussing conference interpreting standards

ISO conference interpreting standards take shape

 | Interpreter insights
Two international standards defining interpreting services have recently been published, and work is in full swing to achieve a third - a standard for conference interpreting.

Pioneering Accessible Simultaneous Interpretation

 | Interpretation best practices
The Israeli hosts of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest were determined to ensure that the event was accessible to everyone, so conference interpreters were deployed to deliver a simplified message, ensuring that persons with a cognitive disability could participate fully.