Oversættelsescentret for Den Europæiske Unions Organer er et EU-agentur. Siden dets oprettelse i Luxembourg i 1994 har centrets hovedopgave været at yde oversættelsestjenester og dertil knyttede sprogtjenester til de øvrige decentrale EU-agenturer. Det kan også bistå de EU-institutioner og -organer, der har deres egne oversættelsestjenester. Det kan komme på tale i spidsbelastningssituationer eller i forbindelse med specifikke projekter. I alt betjener centret næsten 70 kunder. Ved udgangen af 2020 talte det i alt 220 ansatte, herunder tjenestemandsansatte, midlertidigt ansatte og kontraktansatte. FORTÆL VIDERE
In celebration of International Women’s Day, the EU Agencies Network (EUAN) hosted a fruitful discussion among women Executive Directors which resulted in a publication exploring their vital role in reshaping leadership. This dynamic conversation focused on highlighting diverse leadership styles while offering an opportunity to reflect on the growing influence women in managerial positions have. The Translation Centre’s Director was among the contributors and provided insights based on her personal experience as part of the dialogue.
As Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to evolve, the emergence of Generative AI and Large Language Models (LLMs) offers transformative opportunities for the EU public sector. The EU Agencies play a central role in adopting these innovative technologies responsibly, while also shaping the corresponding regulatory landscape.
One of the Translating Europe Workshops (TEW) took place on 25 October, and was jointly organised by the European Commission and the University of Granada. This year’s theme was 'Translation nowadays and beyond: technological challenges and diversification of an ever-evolving profession'.
The Workshop covered topics ranging from translation specialisations and language technology to accessibility, and provided a comprehensive overview of the current state and future prospects of translation practices.
In October, the Translation Centre continued to strengthen its interagency collaboration through the visits of our Director, Ildikó Horváth, to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European Union Agency for the Operational Management of Large-Scale IT Systems in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (eu-LISA).