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Celebrating Indigenous languages on the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People

Today marks the 29th International Day of the World's Indigenous People since the United Nations voted to celebrate the day back in the mid-1990s.

Native American tribes gather to kickstart International Decade of Indigenous Languages

Navajo, the most widely spoken indigenous language within US territory, is spoken by less than 200,000 people. In the coming decade, the UN plans to provide indigenous peoples with the support needed to preserve and revitalize their native languages.

UN Translators Describe Remote Work during COVID-19

Remote work in 2020 is difficult for any profession. How have UN translators and translation teams managed during the transition? United Nations translation teams received...