Posso te enviar meu currículo?

Posso te enviar meu currículo? Muito provavelmente  você já ouviu essa pergunta e, se não ouviu, talvez seja você que esteja perguntando isso para as todo mundo que encontra pela frente. Diariamente recebo inbox de gente pedindo que eu dê uma olhada no seu CV e envie para algum contato meu.  Posso contar uma verdade inconveniente? Por mais que [...]

10 reasons why Brazilians love Donald Trump

Via Robert M. Richeson, G3PL Brazilians are always asking me about President Trump so I decided to pass on their comments when I would ask them what they think. Their mainstream media had them deceived at first but I showed them how to logically determine what is fake and true. At first they were very [...]

Quanto cobrar por uma tradução?

Por Jorge Rogério Penha Rodrigues no Linkedin Quando alguém pergunta (em geral, iniciantes) nos grupos de tradução do Facebook quanto cobrar por uma tradução, quase sempre aparece quem sugira cobrar pela tabela de preços orientativos do SINTRA (Sindicato Nacional dos Tradutores), que está aqui: https://www.sintra.org.br/valores-de-referencia-2018/ Só que essa resposta, na prática, é a melhor maneira [...]

5 Reasons Why the Localization Industry is Built Backwards

Written by Gabriel Fairman, the founder and CEO of Bureau Works. Doctors, lawyers, accountants and other specialized professionals enjoy the privilege of charging hundreds of dollars an hour for their expertise. Translators do not. Why is that? 1) Supply vs. Demand It takes a lot of money and time to become a doctor. Anyone who [...]

Female Brazilian legislator attacked on social media for revealing outfit

This Post was originally written  for Global Voices For her state legislature inauguration on January 31, newly-elected Brazilian deputy Ana Paula da Silva wore a bright red dress and jewelry. She posted a photo of the occasion on her Facebook and, on the next day, she woke up with a flurry of hateful comments. The reason: her cleavage. [...]

A Syrian Artist Reimagines the World’s Powerful Leaders as Vulnerable Refugees

This Post was originally written  for Global Voices With the image of the "vulnerable" refugee dominating media coverage, Syrian painter Abdalla Al Omari wished to flip the script and show the world how powerful politicians would look like if they weren't so lucky. Enter "The Vulnerability Series". He initially launched the series in Brussels, Belgium, in 2016 where he was granted asylum and [...]

مبادرة تجمع الأطفال السوريين والفن برازيلي لتزيين مدرسة مخيمهم

المقال الأصلي بقلم ساولو فالي بتاريخ 24 أبريل/نيسان 2017 أخذت المبادرة - التي تستحق الكثير من التشجيع - مجموعة من فناني الشارع البرازيلي الشباب، للقاء فنانين وناشطين من بلدان مختلفة تتعرض لصراعات المسلحة. يحاولون فيها تحويل مخيمات اللاجئين لمدرسة حياة صافية من الفن والكثير من الألوان! "الكرفان السحري" هو مشروع اجتماعي تم تأسيسه عام 2013 [...]

Brasileiros e sírios levam arte às crianças refugiadas colorindo cenários de guerra

Por Saulo Valley, abril 24, 2017 Uma iniciativa que merece muitos aplausos levou um grupo de jovens artistas de rua brasileiros, a se encontrar com artistas e ativistas de diversos países em conflito armado. Eles tentam transformar campos de refugiados em escola viva de pura arte em cenário de muitas cores! "Magic Caravan" é um [...]

Live Stream Twitter Accounts from Besieged Aleppo

Blood pools, bodies in streets and hospitals full of the wounded, those few scenes prevailing in the neighborhoods of eastern Aleppo as Syrian and Russian forces continue shelling the city with barrel bombs and missiles summing lives of thousands while leaving 250,000 others without medical care due to systematic attacks against hospitals. Despite these difficult [...]

Kudos Angel Soul, Omran will Stay in Syria

"Omran will stay" is a short film capturing the Syrian children suffering under daily jets bombing while the world ignorance is the master. But this film address the hope message saying that Syrian children are capable to build brighter future if we, "adults" of the world, embrace them. Syrian people are highly adapted to tough circumstances, [...]

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