Calliope has taken part in many high-level events over the years. Here is the story of some of them.
In-person, virtual and hybrid: the IUCN Congress in Marseille
For Calliope, which had organised the interpretation for the three previous World Conservation Congresses, including the green congress in Hawaii in 2016, the switch to
Your Consultant Interpreter: A Trusted Partner
Gender took centre stage at the Global Summit of Women in Basel, Switzerland, but it was once again the relationship of mutual trust and support between Calliope’s consultant interpreter and the Summit organisers that proved crucial to its success.
A Unique Interpretation Challenge
When 37,000 Roman Catholic pilgrims congregated in Dublin for the Pastoral Congress of the World Meeting of Families (WMOF), Calliope’s member for Ireland, Alexandra Hambling, was on hand to tackle a unique interpretation challenge.
Calliope and Sustainability – Contributing to a Green Congress
Sustainability was a key focus at every step of the preparation process for the Calliope interpreters working at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Hawaii.
European Union Presidencies
The European Union’s rotating Presidency is awarded to a different member country every six months. During its Presidency each country is responsible for chairing meetings
Conference Interpreting for the G20 Summit in Australia
The G20 Leaders’ Summit, held on 15 and 16 November 2014, was the most significant gathering of international leaders ever hosted in Australia. Some 27 Heads
The Youth Olympic Games
In August 2010 Singapore hosted the very first Youth Olympic Games, which brought together 3,600 teenage athletes and 204 National Olympic Committees for several weeks
The World LP Gas Association
Since 2007 our members have built and managed highly qualified teams of simultaneous interpreters for no fewer than ten editions of this large international event,
International Union of Architects
The International Union of Architects (UIA) is a global federation of national architect associations from over 124 countries and territories. The non-governmental organisation, which represents
Calliope and its members all belong to the International Association of Conference Interpreters (AIIC), which sets standards in the field of conference interpreting.