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In this bank of speeches you can find hundreds of specially selected videos of real-life speeches and tailor-made pedagogical material. The Speech Repository is a free resource exclusively for non-commercial purposes. If you are an interpretation student or teacher at a DG SCIC partner university, a member of a partner organisation or a professional conference interpreter working for the European Institutions, you can log onto the full version of this e-learning tool, My Speech Repository, through the European Commission's user authentication Service (EU Login).

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Latest Videos

The second panel of the event "SCIC meets Universities online" focuses on interpreter...
Brussels, 04/12/2020
Le deuxième panel de l'événement "SCIC meets Universities online" est centré sur la...
Bruxelles, 04/12/2020
The second panel of the event "SCIC meets Universities online" focuses on interpreter...
Bruxelles, 04/12/2020
The second panel of the event "SCIC meets Universities online" focuses on interpreter...
Brussels, 04/12/2020

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Eesti Vabariigi aastapäev   On 24 February, Estonia celebrates Independence Day (Eesti Vabariigi aastapäev), a national holiday marking the anniversary of the Estonian Declaration of Independence in 1918.   Ruled for centuries by... read more
Dear Speech Repository Users,Today, on 21 ​February  we celebrate the International Mother Language Day!   ​​Here you can find a selection of speeches for you to practise your skills and learn more about the importance of... read more
Lietuvos valstybės atkūrimo diena On 16 February, Lithuania celebrates State Restoration Day. Also known as Independence Day, this Lithuanian national holiday marks the country’s independence achieved in 1918. Traditionally, this... read more
Dear users, We are pleased to announce that 50 speeches in International Sign — one of our latest language additions — are now available in the public section of the Speech Repository! Not sure where to find them? Just select (is... read more
On 10 January 1946, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) met for the first time in the Methodist Central Hall in London, hosting the representatives of 51 nations. After gathering in different cities for a few annual... read more