Language as a key for effective Ukraine crisis response

Language as a key for effective Ukraine crisis response

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.

Real change for Nigerian women

Nigeria Women Attire in Camp

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.

Magnus Conteh

Magnus Conteh Board member Magnus is the Founder & CEO of Xuberance Global Impact Solutions, an Irish based organization that provides Executive and Business Coaching, Motivational Speaking and Corporate Training in Transformational Leadership Development (using The John Maxwell Methods of Leadership). He is a Visiting Scholar in Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical […]

Francis Tsang

Francis Tsang Board member Francis leads the international engineering effort at LinkedIn, focused on enabling economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. His personal mission is to help remove language and cultural barriers in the world through technology. In addition to the board of directors of Translators without Borders, he currently serves on […]

Donna Parrish

Donna Parrish Secretary, Board Member Donna is co-founder of the LocWorld conference. She was publisher of the magazine MultiLingual for 18 years. Prior to that, she was a computer systems programmer for 25 years, working for Digital Equipment Corporation as well as various clients. Donna helped organize a local human right task force and has […]