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Lingua-prosjektet

Lingua - Global Voices Translation Project
Lingua-prosjektet utdyper Global Voices-historiene på andre språk enn engelsk med hjelp av frivillige oversettere. Prosjektet åpner opp for å kommunisere med ikke-engelsktalende Global Voices-bloggere og lesere gjennom å oversette til andre språk.

Sjekk ut nylig oversatte artikler.

Bruk  Lingua kontaktskjema for å ta kontakt og samarbeide med oss.

Litt om bakgrunnen

Inspirert i en workshop om Global Voices  og språk på Global Voices 2006 Summit i Delhi, India, en gruppe frankofone bloggere tok kontakt med grunnleggerne Ethan Zuckerman, Rebecca MacKinnon og den taiwanske bidragsyteren Portnoy og foreslo å starte GV på fransk, en lignende side som Portnoy’s banebrytende Global Voice-side på kinesisk.  Andre språkfellesskap viste intersse og Linga var et faktum.

Engasjer deg

De valgte språkene gjenspeiler drivkraften i et bestemt språkfellesksp. Andre språk som som vokser fram vil bli lagt til i Lingua. Frivillige Lingua-oversettere får forside, top of the page kreditt for arbeidet sitt og  de får verdifull eksponering eller kan bygge opp porteføljene sine som oversettere på den måten. I all hovedsak hjelper Lingua-oversettere å bygge broer mellom forskjellige verdener og å forsterke stemmene. Hvis du ønsker å engasjere deg, bruk kontaktskjemaet på denne siden for å sende e-post til side-administratorene.

Kilde.

Featured Global Voices Posts on Language

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2012

01 Feb – China: Several Tibetan Language Blog Sites Shut Down

2011

29 Nov – Online Activism To Save Chakma Language
22 Nov – Promoting Indigenous African Language Films
19 Nov – Conversations in Cherokee with a Wolf
07 Nov – Acting for Nishnaabe Revitalization
02 Nov – Languages: Let’s Tweet and Speak in Quechua
01 Nov – Global Voices Podcast: Bridging the Language Gaps
31 Oct – Ségou Villages: The Wisdom of Bambara Proverbs
27 Oct – Collecting Audio of UN Human Rights Declaration in 370 Languages
27 Oct – A Podcast of Champions in Warlpiri
26 Oct – Free Wi-Fi on Niue as a Catalyst
17 Oct – Poetry Slam Activism in Francophone Africa
06 Oct – Phil Cash Cash and Nez Perce
09 Sep – Peru: The State of Quechua on the Internet
01 Sep – Moldova: “Our Romanian Language” Day Protest
30 Aug – Jean Came Poulard on Haitian Creole
25 Aug – Kazakhstan: Controversy Over State Language Promotion
13 Aug – Comedic Fun with Japanese Hashtag Memes
12 Aug – Ukraine: Basic Language Tips
11 Aug – Russia: One Million Twitter Accounts in Russian
10 Aug – Egypt: The Unspoken Languages of the Streets
01 Aug – Global Voices Podcast 2: Speaking Our Language
01 Aug – Global Voices in Aymara: Preserving Indigenous Language Online
27 Jul – Tweeting in Chichewa in Southern Africa
18 Jul – Twitter to Promote and Preserve Underrepresented Languages
06 Jul – Trydar y Cymry! The Welsh Language Thrives Online
07 Jun – Equatorial Guinea: A Language That Ignores Human Rights
19 May – Mozambique: Portuguese, the Language of Mozambicanness
19 May – Cape Verde: Creole and Portuguese Languages, an Unofficial Pair
23 Feb – A declaration of love to the Portuguese language, in all its variations
22 Feb – Video: Learning a New Language Through Online Video

2010

24 Dec – “In the beginning was the Word”: Blogs by Bible translators
17 Nov – Russia: Controversy as Cyrillic Domains Hit the Open Market
15 Aug – Morocco: English as the Second Language
15 Jul – Morocco: The Complexities of Language
29 Jun – Global: Greek to English, Chinese to Russian, and Spanish to Macedonian
04 May – Pakistan: Internet and the challenge of language
20 Apr – Bangladesh: Let Language Be Free
24 Feb – Americas: International Mother Language Day
08 Feb – India: Death of a Prehistoric Language

Resources

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Translation tools

Websites

Online books

Multimedia

Podcasts

RimasunBiweekly Quechua language podcast series by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University

Videos

National Geographic Enduring VoicesAn introduction to the project.

Infographics

Map showing number of endangered language per countryBy Charts Bin.

Number of Endangered Languages by Country

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Posted 1 August 2011 17:27 GMT
Updated 15 March 2012 12:38 GMT
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