TWB Glossary for North-East Nigeria
How a glossary helps increase access to life-saving information in north-east Nigeria The humanitarian community in north-east Nigeria is wellRead more.
The TWB 2017 Annual Report
At Translators without Borders, thanks to the support of our volunteer translators, partners and donors, we are continuing to grow.Read more.
A Recap of GALA’s Boston Conference
The Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) 2018 conference has come to a close. Those of us who managed to makeRead more.
Language Can Help All Voices Be Heard
International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated across the globe on 8 March each year. It is a day when weRead more.
#LanguageMatters. So Does Technology.
Improving access to information in the right languages for the world’s poorest, most vulnerable individuals is the core mission ofRead more.
The Silver Lining – Education brings hope during a refugee crisis
There is a lot of despair and pain radiating from the refugee camps in and around the Cox’s Bazar districtRead more.
Putting language on the map in Nigeria
Without data on the languages of affected people, humanitarian organizations are ill-equipped to communicate with them effectively. In May ofRead more.
Bot Towan! #InterpretersMatter
Today was a bit grueling. We went to interview people who have newly arrived at Balukhali makeshift camp about cyclonesRead more.
On the ground in Bangladesh. So – how do we communicate?
A second report from Rebecca Petras who is heading up TWB’s response to the Rohingya refugee crisis. The language complexityRead more.
Taking action in the Rohingya crisis: TWB’s biggest language challenge yet
It is somewhere between 9pm and midnight, depending on where exactly my flight is right now. My rubber boots, rainRead more.