Part 1
1.1           Year of establishment of independent interpreter organizations
1.2           Sign Language Interpreters and national organizations: relative membership (%)

1.3           Number of interpreters that are a member of their national or regional organization
1.4           Membership: male vs. female
1.5           Number of deaf interpreters as member of the interpreter association
1.6           Number of organizations per category of membership benefits
1.7          
National organizations - individual interpreter membership fee (in Euros)
1.8           To
tal membership income of individual interpreter members per year per national association (in Euros)
1.9          Number of non-interpreter
1.10        Number of registered interpreters in those countries and regions with a registry
1.11        Number of deaf interpreters in national registry
1.12        Overview of prerequisites and criteria per country to register as a sign language interpreter
1.13        Countries with a complaint system
1.14        Are clients aware of the complaints’ procedure?
1.15        When clients are not happy with the services received, do they use the possibility to file a complaint?

Part 2
2.1           Number of interpreter educational programs
2.2           Overview of sign language interpreting programs in Europe
2.3           Number of educational programs in Europe per educational level
2.4           Number of students currently enrolled an interpreter training program
2.5           Total number of students who graduated from an interpreter training program  

Part 3
3.1          Currently working sign language interpreters
3.2           EU member states: Currently working sign language interpreters
3.3           Sufficient number of interpreters meeting the request?
3.4           Total number of sign language interpreters in 15 countries
3.5           Number of deaf sign language users
3.6           Deaf sign language users in the EU
3.7           Deaf sign language users per interpreter
3.8           Right to a sign language interpreter
3.9           Who pushes mostly for action to ensure the use of the legal right to an interpreter?
3.10        Options to request a sign language interpreter in 45 countries & regions
3.11        Countries where the deaf person can (always/specific settings) choose or request a preferred interpreter
3.12        Percentage of countries – forms of employment
3.13        Employment forms per country and region
3.14        Employment setting: responsible party for the payment of interpreting services
3.15        Educational setting: responsible party for the payment of interpreting services
3.16        Medical setting: responsible party for the payment of interpreting services
3.17        Legal setting: responsible party for the payment of interpreting services
3.18        Theatre setting: responsible party for the payment of interpreting services
3.19        Recognition of sign language per country or region
3.20        Interpreting services funded by
3.21        Freelance sign language interpreters - range of minimum fees in euros per hour country/region
3.22        Additional benefits for freelance interpreters
3.23        Minimum interpreting fee in euro per freelance hour
3.24        Overview per country of payment for freelance interpreting
3.25        Who determines the fee for freelance interpreters?
3.26        Does an interpreter earn reasonable payment for the work he/she does?
3.27        Employed interpreters, minimum average salary (excl. taxes)?
3.28        Interpreter working per conditions per country / region during the last four years
3.29        Classification of the development of the working conditions for sign language interpreters during the last four years