Translation breaks barriers according to TWB volunteer Seham Abdou Ebied
Volunteer translators are at the heart of Translators without Borders’ response to the European refugee crisis. They work tirelessly to
World Humanitarian Summit 2016
world humanitarian summit, Istanbul, Turkey 23 – 24 May 2016 Last week I had the good fortune of attending the World
Aimee Ansari - why localization?
Leave no one behind and localization are big picture ideas that are being widely-discussed at the World Humanitarian Summit next week in
Volunteer Translator
Translators without Borders responds to communications and language needs in humanitarian and development settings. This means providing vital information to
The TWB mission is to break down language barriers, e.g. with our Words of Relief program
Words of relief program Since November 2015, as part of our response to the European refugee crisis, Translators without Borders
Translation support is vital in a refugee crisis
Here on Lesbos, I tend to disappoint people at first meeting, when they hear about the TWB translation support. My introductory
Meena Bhandari, International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies In response to winterizing messages: “I just wanted
Translators without Borders will be at the following events in 2016: Gala Annual Conference When: March 20-23, 2016 What: Gala Annual Conference
Activity Between 2011 and January 2016, Translators without Borders delivered over 30 million translated words to humanitarian organizations. In 2015
Lali Foster, Communications Manager at Translators without Borders, responds to the European Refugee Crisis with an update from work on