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Spanish translator

Organisation role · 2 hrs/Week
Noorderakerweg 90, 1069 LW Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Isabelle de Koning de KoningAsk Isabelle de Koning a question or contact the organiser directly at [email protected] .

Summary

Spanish translators wanted!

Detailed description

KidsRights has been working with children since 2003 on a world in which children's rights are guaranteed. Winning the International Children's Peace Prize offers young people a platform to make their voices heard and the opportunity to develop as positive and resilient changemakers.


Worldwide there are many talented young people with promising initiatives. KidsRights believes that all young people who want to make a difference should be recognized and supported in their incredible effort to improve children's rights. However small these initiatives may seem, the impact can be limitless with the right support and opportunities.


Our goal is to connect these young changemakers all over the world via a virtual platform. These changemakers can gain inspiration through this platform, receive support for their initiatives, promote them, and join other actions: The KidsRights Changemakers Movement.


Because the visitors to this virtual platform speak different languages, we are looking for volunteers who want to translate Dutch texts for a few hours a week. Just from home!


Who are you?

• You have a good command of the Dutch language

• You are a native Spanish speaker/writer

• You have a feeling for and affinity with writing

• You have the desire and time to translate Dutch texts into Spanish for the benefit of The KidsRights Changemakers Movement


What are you going to do?

Translating Dutch texts into Spanish for the benefit of The KidsRights Changemakers Movement.


How much time does it take?

It won't be more than two texts per week, which equates to about 2-3 hours per week.


What does KidsRights offer you?

The possibility of reaching a worldwide audience with your texts and helping KidsRights achieve its goal; motivating more and more young people to become a changemaker and mobilize them around current children's rights issues. A volunteer allowance is available.

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