Dear Customers and Collaborators!
September 30th is our day, it’s the International Translator’s Day. It is the date of death of St. Jerome in 420, who translated the Old and New Testaments from Greek and Hebrew into Latin, and is considered the patron saint of translators.
The UN officially established this day in 2017 and, as expected, is particularly aware of the importance of translation. But even in times of a virus and a global pandemic, the outstanding work of translators is evident all over the world. Without them, global coordination and cooperation would infinitely be more difficult. We hope that the right words to respond to the crisis will be found very soon, following the motto of this year’s day: Finding the words for a world in crisis.
Your Ester Ramos