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Translation 2nd best practises guide in DUTCH

Surfrider Foundation Europe

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Translation
Translation and interpretation
Volunteers: 3 needed
6-10 hours per week / 1 weeks
Global
English, Dutch
Task
Background and objectives
Requirements
Two volunteers will be entitled with a translating mission. One volunteer will be the supervisor. The actual document is written in English and shall be translated in Dutch. The 2 translators will be presented 14 pages to translate and the supervisor will proofread the two parts of the document to compile the final version of the guide.Each volunteer will be briefed by a Surfrider's staff member and will have a direct contact with him during the mission.
The document is a best practices guide addressed to shopkeepers. It's a part of the Ban The Bag campaign, against single-use plastic bags.
Billingual speakers English/Dutch

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