PROJET "AN INTERPRET AT SCHOOL"
Interpretation through phone calls, skype or videoconferences
PUPSF is engaged to defend the right to understand and be understood in schools
We offer a network of volunteers to schools all over France to facilitate communication between the various school authorities and the allophone families who have their children in these schools.
This project aims to foster a collaboration between families and teachers on which children can rely on to achieve better success and well-being.
Our volunteers carry out the following missions within schools:
- interpretations through phone calls, skype or videoconferences
- in-person interpretation throughout all of France
More than 100 volunteers
Our organisation works with volunteers from all over France to develop this program aiming to provide interpreters
and translators. Our aim is to ensure equal opportunities for all children, regardless of their origin and background.
We connect schools and volunteers by promoting civic engagement and by supporting the efforts of our volunteers
in the "An Interpreter at School" program we have established.
More than 50 langues
As of the 12th of July 2022, our team of volunteer interpreters and translators is able to carry out missions of linguistic assistance in the following languages:
European languages : English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Greek and Dutch
Central European and Oriental Languages: Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Georgian, Armenian, Polish, Estonian, Romanian, Moldavian, Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian, Montenegrin, Albanian, Bulgarian and Romani
Languages spoken in North Africa and Middle East: Classical Arabic and dialects (Sudanese, Iraqi, Syrian, Lebanese, Egyptian, North African), Turkish, Kurdish Kurmandji and Kurdish Sorani
Languages of Central Asia and South-East Asia: Chinese, Teochew, Korean, Vietnamese, Bengali, Hindi, Indonesian, Malaysian, Ourdou, Pachto, Farsi, Turkish and Dari
African Languages : Comorian, Swahili, Pidgin, Yoruba, Sango, Lingala, Wolof, Peulh
Ua convention of partnership is put in place between Pour une Planète sans Frontières and our partners. An annual contribution is required to financially assist our organisation in the recruitment, training and co-ordinating of our volunteers. Please do not hesitate to contact us so that we can organise a phone conference to discuss potential partnerships.
Training program given to our volunteers at the Clémenceau secondary school in the Goutte d'Or district of Paris.