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Literature & Translation


Welcome to UNESCO's Clearing House for Literary Translation, an initiative developed in the framework of the Global Alliance for Cultural Diversity, as well as a centre for information, guidance and encounter for all those (translators, publishers, researchers, archivists, teachers) working on the discovery and promotion of still unknown literatures. 


Babel Web Anthology Project - Hungary
Babel Web Anthology project is a long term initiative aiming to create an Internet portal to provide a selection of European literature in original language and in translation. More

UNESCO-Arts Council England Agreement - UNESCO
New contemporary novels in the Collection of Representative Works. More

The UNESCO-African Books Collective Agreement - UNESCO
New African Works in the Collection of Representative Works More

Welsh Literature in the Collection of Representative Works More

UNESCO-Basque Language Writers’ Association Agreement - UNESCO
Basque Titles in the Collection of Representative Works More

British Council - United Kingdom
Literature Projects in Prospect More

HIV and AIDS awareness-raising in Mali through photonovels
UNESCO conducts a pilot-project in Mali to develop photonovels collections as a tool to disseminate HIV and AIDS education More


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LitProm_small.jpgSociety for the promotion of literature from Africa, Asia and Latin America (LITPROM)