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With the dominance of English in global communications, this campaign aims to raise awareness of the diversity of language and the cultures they represent, and commits all of us further to protect our languages.

The challenge involves translating Principles to promote communication for social justice in a digital age, a 374-word document from the Manifesto of the international symposium, “Communication for Social Justice in a Digital Age,” organised by the World Council of Churches (WCC) and the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) in September 2021.
Volunteer translators will receive credit and recognition for their work on our websites, and social media platforms. 
Interested in volunteering? Please let us know which language you would like to translate at news@waccglobal.org