Annual conference
MET’s main event of the year is the annual conference, Mediterranean Editors and Translators Meeting (METM), which is usually held in a Mediterranean city during the last four months of the year.

METM covers two and a half days and offers a wide range of workshops, short presentations and plenary talks by invited speakers. The aim of the conference is to provide high-quality content for participants and serve as a forum for networking with other professionals.

Our 18th annual conference will be held in Donostia/San Sebastián, Spain, on 13-15 October. Join us at METM22.

MET organizes a series of workshops at varying locations in the period from March to September. The standard format is a three-hour workshop, sometimes monographic and sometimes combining several topics.

Workshops cover all aspects of continuing professional development for editors and translators working into English, including translation and editing techniques, field-specific content, grammar, and translation and editing tools.

Plans for the 2022 workshop season are underway. In the meantime, read the 2021 workshop reviews

About us

An association of English-language editors & translators

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Mediterranean Editors and Translators (MET) is an association that acts as a forum for translators and editors who work mainly into or with English. Through MET we exchange views and experiences on promising practices and keep up with relevant research. Read more about what we do and our mission statement. MET is a member of the Spanish Network of the Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation.

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Hive imageThe Hive is MET’s hub for useful tools and resources, where members can find everything from writing tips to tool recommendations, all in one easy-to-access location.
Find out more about the Hive and register here.