Responding to a tsunami with mother language translation
Translators improve lives by translating potentially lifesaving information into often ‘marginalized’ languages spoken by vulnerable individuals. Those who volunteer for
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Marginalized mother languages – two ways to improve the lives of the people who speak them
21 February. This is the date chosen by UNESCO for International Mother Language Day, which has been observed worldwide since
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Beyond translation: Maysa’s far-reaching contribution
Translators improve lives by translating potentially lifesaving information into often ‘marginalized’ languages spoken by vulnerable individuals. Those who volunteer for
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United by language: Tigrinya translators use their skills to help others
Translators improve lives by translating potentially lifesaving information into often ‘marginalized’ languages spoken by vulnerable individuals. Those who volunteer for
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Just to be clear: why Devspeak needs to adopt Plain Language
If the aid sector is to communicate more effectively, we must do more than tame the rampant devspeak that Duncan
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The language lesson: what we’ve learned about communicating with Rohingya refugees
A Translators without Borders study found that access to information has improved in the Rohingya refugee response as a result
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From teacher to translator: meet Sybil
Translators improve lives by translating potentially lifesaving information into often ‘marginalized’ languages spoken by vulnerable individuals. Those who volunteer for
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An evolving crisis needs an evolving glossary
The expanded TWB Bangladesh Glossary app is now available for field workers and interpreters working on the Rohingya humanitarian response.
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Digital development, language gaps, and a prophetic bird
Language technology can help those in need use technology to proactively communicate and access information. We are in the midst
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Enlarging the small print on sexual exploitation and abuse
Simplifying and translating the rules is the first step to keeping everyone safe. Sexual exploitation and abuse remains a sad
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