Celebrating International Translation Day: Traducta’s Role in Bridging Global Divides

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September 30th marks a global celebration like no other – International Translation Day. On this special occasion, we turn our attention to the profound significance of translation in fostering cross-cultural understanding and connecting people from diverse corners of the world.

Keep reading this article and find out all about what makes this day special.


The origin of this day

Are you curious about the origins of International Translation Day? We will tell you all about it: the choice of September 30th for International Translation Day is significant because it is believed to be the feast day of St. Jerome, a historical figure renowned for his contributions to the field of biblical translation.

St. Jerome, also known as Hieronymus, was a Christian priest, scholar, and theologian who lived during the 4th and 5th centuries AD.

The saint’s significance in the world of translation is immense. He is perhaps best known for his translation of the Bible from its original languages (Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek) into Latin.

This translation, known as the Vulgate, became the standard Latin version of the Bible for the Western Christian Church and had a profound influence on Western literature and language.

St. Jerome’s commitment to accuracy and his linguistic skills made his translation work highly regarded, and he is now known as the Patron Saint of translators, librarians and scholars.


Advocates for the power of language

At Traducta, a distinguished translation company with a legacy dating back to 1985, we embrace this day with utmost reverence, as it encapsulates the very essence of our mission: to bring people together through the power of language.

International Translation Day is more than just a date on the calendar; it is a tribute to the unsung heroes who labour tirelessly behind the scenes to break down linguistic barriers. It’s a day to recognize the pivotal role that translation plays in bridging cultures, facilitating diplomacy, and creating a harmonious global community.

For nearly four decades, Traducta has been a steadfast advocate for the power of language as a unifying force. Our journey began in 1985, and ever since, we have remained committed to the noble cause of transcending language boundaries.

Our translation services are designed to connect people from every corner of the world, regardless of the languages they speak.


Committed to connecting the World

At Traducta, we firmly believe that translation can transform words into bridges. Our dedicated team of linguists, language experts, and project managers collaborate to ensure that no language is an obstacle to meaningful communication. From the most widely spoken languages to the rarest dialects, we have the expertise to bridge the gap.

Traducta proudly serves prestigious organizations such as the European Union and the United Nations. Our contributions to these esteemed entities have played a vital role in fostering international cooperation and understanding.

We facilitate diplomatic discussions, negotiations, and the dissemination of vital information, all with the goal of promoting global harmony.


A thank-you to our team!

On this International Translation Day, Traducta extends its deepest gratitude to our incredible team of translators and language professionals. Their unwavering dedication and expertise are the driving force behind our mission to connect people through the art of translation. They are the true champions of this day.

As we come together to celebrate International Translation Day, we reflect on the profound impact of translation in bringing people together, transcending boundaries, and fostering understanding.

Traducta stands as a testament to the power of language as a unifying force in our diverse world. We are honoured to be a part of this global mission, ensuring that language serves as a bridge, not a barrier.


We hope you liked diving into the significance of this date: Happy International Translation Day, and may our commitment to connecting people through translation continue to flourish!

You can read more about our mission here.

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