Film Translators

 

A big thank you to the following people for their help in translating the film:

 

Albanian

  • James Michael DuPont

Arabic

Bulgarian

  • Gergana Tomova, Fulbright scholar, M.A. in Elections and Campaign Management (Fordham University)

Catalan

Chinese (Simplified)

Chinese (Traditional)

Czech

  • Jindřich Mynarz

Dutch

Finnish

French

German

Greek

Hebrew

Hungarian

Italian

  • Flavien Deltort (Parlorama)
  • Francesca Di Massimo
  • Margherita Salvadori, Professor of Private International Law, Law School of Torino University

Lithuanian

  • Karolis Granickas, Transparency International Lithuanian Chapter

Macedonian

Norwegian

Polish

Portuguese (Brazilian)

  • Everton Zanella Alvarenga, (Wikimedia Brazil)
  • Patrícia Cornils, (A rede)
  • Diego Rabatone Oliveira, Transparência Hacker (Personal Site)
  • Plus an anonymous translator: “sergiorosa”. Please let us know who you are (contact me at lucy.chambers [at] okfn [dot] org) so that we can give you appropriate thanks!

Romanian

  • Input by Maria Neicu, MA at University of Amsterdam.

Russian

  • Ivan Begtin (opengovdata.ru)
  • Yulia Tammisto, Open Service Innovation Observatory, Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland.

Spanish

  • Sean Burt
  • David Cabo (Pro Bono Publico)
  • Fabrizio Scrollini, PhD student, LSE Govt Department
  • Plus an anonymous translator: “medeamaterial”. Please let us know who you are (contact me at lucy.chambers [at] okfn [dot] org) so that we can give you appropriate thanks!

Swedish

Ukrainian

  • Alexander Melnik
  • Oleg Limarchuk

Special thanks to Flavien Deltort and Parlorama, who provided 12 translations, including contributions for: Bulgarian, Danish, Dutch, Estonia, Finnish, German, Latvian, Lithuanian, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian & Swedish.

We are working on uploading these translations – if you would like to help to speed up the process, please do let us know! (lucy [dot] chambers [at] okfn [dot] org)

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2 responses to Film Translators

  1. Many thanks to everyone who has volunteered to translate so far. Since posting the film, we have had even more offers of translation and we hope to get these online as soon as possible! Stay tuned!

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