In the context of a crisis, aid agencies and governments need to understand the importance of language and communicate across borders to ensure proper refugee and local people protection and safety. Everyone directly affected needs information that will help them better adapt to the changing context.
Learn how TWB grew into CLEAR Global and why language and technology are key to creating a more linguistically inclusive (digital) world.
Knowing which words to use isn’t always straightforward, especially when communicating across cultures and about sensitive or traumatic issues, such as protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA). Our new multilingual PSEA glossary in 29 languages aims to help.
Garden City, ID, USA, April 21, 2022 – CLEAR Global has published the Global Language Data Review (GLDR), a resource to help planners develop and implement more linguistically inclusive and accessible programs and services. It includes a story map with an overview of quality language data and its usage, and a dashboard of 88 country […]
Aimee spent three months as Acting Country Director in Nigeria. She worked closely with the team in-country as well as partner organizations and other local colleagues to figure out what we can do next to make real change for local people.