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German-Russian translation of the judgement in the case of the Syrian national

UNHCR Regional Protection Support Unit (RPSU) for Eastern Europe

27 Nov 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
27 Nov 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
We seek one UN Online Volunteer to translate the document from German to Russian (22 pages) and the second UN Online Volunteer to proofread the document. The communication will be done through e-mail. UNHCR will sign off on the final version of the translation and assume full responsibility.
Translation and interpretation
The Quality Initiative in Eastern Europe and South Caucasus (QIEE) project is implemented by UNHCR for first instance decision-makers, judges involved in asylum-related cases and the border guards from the participating countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine).
Volunteers: 2 needed
1-5 hours per week / 3 weeks
Fluent in German and Russian. Experience translating required. Knowledge of the International Protection terminology would be an asset. Please upload your CV in English in your application. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to translate a paragraph as part of the selection process.
German, Russian

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