MET and other organizations

MET is interested in working with other organizations whose work complements or converges with ours and in developing partnerships focused on activities that are in line with MET’s core objectives and the needs of our members. Read more about MET’s aims and activities. If your organization is interested in becoming a sister association or in collaborating with MET in any respect, please write to the MET Chair.

Sister associations

MET and its sister associations promote each other’s activities and events and offer mutual discounts on event registration and in some cases discounts on association membership and publications. Sister associations should write to the Promotions Chair when they have an upcoming event they would like MET to promote. To discuss including MET events in CPD credit systems, contact the CPD Chair

MET’s sister associations

AITI – Associazione Italiana Traduttori e Interpreti
APTIC – Associació Professional de Traductors i Intèrprets de Catalunya
APTRAD – Associação de Profissionais de Tradução e de Interpretação
Asetrad – Asociación Española de Traductores, Correctores e Intérpretes
CIEP – Chartered Institute of Editing and Proofreading
EASE – European Association of Science Editors
EMAME – Eastern Mediterranean Association of Medical Editors
NEaT - Nordic Editors and Translators
SENSE - Society of English-language professionals in the Netherlands

Memorandum of Understanding with ITI

ITI In 2019, MET signed a Memorandum of Understanding with ITI (Institute of Translation and Interpreting), a UK-based independent professional membership association for practising translators, interpreters and language service businesses. MET and ITI share core objectives and our activities complement each other. This memorandum facilitates CPD-focused collaborations for our respective memberships. In addition, ITI members are offered discounts at MET events.

Anna Lindh Foundation

MET is also a member of the Anna Lindh Foundation, which promotes intercultural dialogue across the Mediterranean. MET’s liaison with this foundation is MET founding member Mary Ellen Kerans.