The competition shall be open to any journal published by any FIT member, or any recognized branch, chapter, regional group or section of such organization. It takes place during the FIT World Congress.
The FIT Prize 2011 for Best Periodical is awarded to
the ITI Bulletin,
produced by the Institute of Translation and Interpreting of the United Kingdom. The award is made in recognition of the Bulletin's broad scope and
diversity, the usefulness to its members of the Bulletin's regular
columns and other features, and the overall attractiveness of the
periodical.In recognition of its in-depth articles on a wide range of original topics, the jury decided to award an Honourable Mention to TRADUIRE, the periodical of the Société francaise des traducteurs, of France.
Jury: Christian Balliu (Belgium), Abdullah Hassan (Malaysia), Youyi Huang (China), Silvana Marchetti (Argentina), Sheryl Hinkkanen (Finland), chair
This prize has been awarded to:
Colegio de Traductores Públicos de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires
||ITI Bulletin (ITI)
||The Chronicle (ATA)
Chinese Science & Technology Translators Journal
Kääntäjä - Översättaren
RULES(Approved by the FIT Council at its meeting in Geneva in April 1998)
Article 1The competition shall be open to any journal published by any FIT member, or any recognized branch, chapter, regional group or section of such organization. It takes place during the FIT World Congress.
Article 2Nominations must be accompanied by copies of the three most recent issues of the journal, published consecutively. The nomination should be made on the enclosed form, and signed by the chairperson, president or secretary general of the FIT member in question.
Article 3A five-member jury shall be appointed by the FIT Executive Committee, which shall also designate the jury's convenor from among the five members. Jury members may be re-appointed. Jury deliberations shall take place during the FIT Congress.
Nominations shall be submitted in six copies, and be in the hands of FIT'S Secretary General no later than three months prior to the opening of the Congress at which the prize will be awarded.
Article 5A Certificate of Merit will be awarded to the journal which is considered to best promote the professional image of the translator and/or interpreter in terms of quality, presentation and relevance. The jury may also decide that one or more of the other nominations deserve honourable mention.
Anything not provided for in these rules may be decided by the FIT Committee on Translation Prizes.