: Welcome :

Welcome to No Peanuts! for Translators!

~ Benvenuti a No Peanuts! ~ Bienvenue à No Peanuts! ~ Bienvenidos a No Peanuts! ~
~ Bem Vindo a No Peanuts! ~ Добро пожаловать на сайт No Peanuts! ~
~ Willkommen bei No Peanuts! ~ Welkom bij No Peanuts! ~ Tercümanlar için No Peanuts!’a hoş geldiniz ~ Bine aţi venit la No Peanuts! ~
~ Velkommen til No Peanuts! ~ 歡迎來到 No Peanuts! ~ 欢迎来到 No Peanuts! ~
~ Üdvözli a No Peanuts! ~ مرحبا في موقع” لا لدفع الأجور الضئيلة” ~

No Peanuts! provides support and resources to professional translators and interpreters in demanding and receiving a fair and honest living from their work.

To understand what No Peanuts! is all about, the best place to start is the No Peanuts! Statement of Principles.

In the meantime, you can read the articles we’ve assembled here on our blog. We can use your contributions as well for our Humor, Resistance, Respect, #TranslationFail, and Sustainable Translator sections. Send materials (in any language) to: nopeanuts.fortranslators@gmail.com. And don’t forget to visit us on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/NoPeanutsMovement).

If you would like to become an official endorser of the No Peanuts! for Translators Movement, send an email to nopeanuts.fortranslators@gmail.com. Include your name, language combination(s), country, and affiliations or memberships and we’ll will add you to our Endorsements page. (If you ever want to be removed, let us know and we will take you off our list immediately.)

Join No Peanuts! for Translators, a growing international group of professional translators and interpreters who have one goal in common: they demand fair pay for honest work.

Living wages for translators and interpreters isn’t just a slogan. It’s a commitment to our future.

10 Responses to : Welcome :

  1. Brenda Canales says:

    It looks so useful. Thanks a lot to you all.

  2. Cruz Losada says:

    …maybe it’s evolution, not revolution…

  3. Thanks, I was waiting for this ” Translators Movement” long long time ago. Wellcome for justis and fair payment for hours spent to make better understanding between nations.

  4. Eman_R says:

    Though I like yummy peanuts, it’s the last thing I would ever work for!

  5. Paul Schampers. says:

    Does blogging help?
    Proz.com has made some cosmetic changes, but bascially, the rates stay as low as ever. Given that my minimum is 0,10 eurocent, I have yet to see an offer on Proz.com where price-information is visible.
    Most are hidden due to rates of 0.01-0.06$. $ when the outsourcer and both the translator live in the eurozone. Translation of a balance-sheet at those rates.
    I wonder if any accountant would work for such rates?

    Why don’t we become webdeveloppers. There is always room for a quality portal for translators, charging a hefty membership fee, but allowing only postings from outsourcers, who pay a decent rate. It creator could earn a lot.

  6. Mouche12 says:

    I welcome the initiative! You got my vote!

  7. Cruz Losada says:

    Piedad!! for I am lost… I just found myself in the Endorsements page. Please ignore my repeated confirmation…

  8. Patricia Thickstun says:

    Congratulations! I look forward to your insights on this topic.
    Best of luck,

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