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Translate e-learning materials from English to Spanish for course on "Gender and Mining Governance"

UNDP Global Programme on Nature for Development

09 Jun 2021 This opportunity is no longer available Share
09 Jun 2021 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
We are looking for 4 Online Volunteers to translate e-learning materials from English to Spanish for the Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) on Gender and Mining Governance. This includes 4 lessons (around 10K words each), 4 quizzes (10 questions each), 15 lecture videos, 15 case studies. This course will be offered in English, French, and Spanish. The course partners include the United Nations Development Programme, Environmental Governance Programme, and Intergovernmental Forum on Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development. The online volunteer will have the opportunity to build connections with the Learning for Nature team at UNDP and a team of translators, as well as learn about empowering women in the extractive industry.
Other communications related experience
Learning for Nature is the premier e-learning platform by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Learning for Nature offers Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), self-paced courses, podcasts, and other e-learning opportunities. The course “Gender and Mining Governance'' offers guidance for representatives of governments, mining companies and civil society on making a stronger case for amplifying women’s voices in mining governance. Learning for Nature connects biodiversity policymakers, change-makers, and on-the-ground subject matter experts to facilitate the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. UNDP’s Global Programme on Nature for Development houses Learning for Nature, the Equator Initiative, NBSAP Forum, and the New York Declaration on Forests Global Platform. Access to the global multi-stakeholder networks mobilized by these initiatives allows Learning for Nature to circulate knowledge while promoting best practices and engage over 26K course participants.
Volunteers: 4 needed
6-10 hours per week / 8 weeks
Candidates should have a native-level knowledge of Spanish and fluency in English. Familiarity with technical terms related to gender and mining will be considered an advantage. A one-paragraph translation may be requested as part of the selection process.
English, Spanish

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