HTT, High Technology Translators (www.htt.fr
), is pleased and honoured to announce its ongoing partnership as translators for Reporters without Borders (RSF). Through this sponsorship, Reporters without Borders has privileged access to the long-standing experience of HTT in terms of translation, combining the linguistic quality, terminological accuracy and fast turnaround required by the documents of an organization as prestigious as Reporters without Borders.
As part of this collaboration, HTT has translated the texts into English of the new album in the series "100 photos for press freedom", dedicated this time to Yann Arthus-Bertrand, the master photographer of humanity and nature.
For Malcolm Duff, CEO and founder of HTT, "We are particularly proud to be the translation partners for Reporters without Borders: the work of this organization and its members over the years to ensure freedom of the press and of speech worldwide is remarkable and deserves the respect of us all.
At a time when fake news are not only spread by the enemies of democracy but relayed by the misled leaders of their target countries, countries in which freedom of the press and expression are challenged on the basis of the same non-existing "facts", it is even more important to support organizations like RSF which constantly endeavour to safeguard those rights."
For Christophe Deloire, secretary general of Reporters without Borders, "We are very happy to be able to count on the generous support and linguistic expertise of HTT. There are many ways to help RSF in its fight for freedom of information and HTT's valuable skills sponsorship is an example."
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HTT is a translation company with an unmatched reputation for quality and innovation since its foundation in 1987. As one of the first translation companies in France to have obtained ISO 9001 certification and have a multilingual website, HTT offers a full range of language services and solutions to its customers, international institutions and multinational corporations.
For thirty years, Reporters without Borders has been promoting and defending the freedom to inform and be informed anywhere in the world. The organization, based in Paris, has a consultative status with the United Nations Security Council, the Council of Europe and UNESCO, with offices worldwide (Berlin, Brussels, Geneva, Madrid, Stockholm, Tunis, Washington DC, Vienna) and more than 150 correspondents on five continents.