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Translations

The 2010 edition of the INEE Minimum Standards is available in the following languages.  INEE thanks its members and partners for their help and support in translating the handbook. To order hardcopies of the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook, please visit the Request Resource webpage.

English

Arabic

Azerbaijani

Bahasa Indonesia

Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian

Burmese/Myanmar

Chinese

Dari

French

Japanese

Kyrgyz

Nepali

Pashto

Portuguese

Russian

Spanish

Turkish

Urdu

Vietnamese

 

To inquire on the availability of hard copies please contact: materials@ineesite.org.

 

Additional translations of the 2010 edition of the INEE Minimum Standards are underway:

  • Nepali (to be completed by UNESCO and partners)
  • Creole (to be completed by ActionAid and Haitian partners)

 

Translate the INEE Minimum Standards

If you are planning to translate of the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook, please read the following guidelines and contact minimumstandards@ineesite.org for further guidance:

  • Guidelines on Translations and Reproductions (PDF)
  • List of Key Terminology (PDF)
  • INEE Key Terminology (Arabic)

 

2004 edition of the INEE Minimum Standards

The 2004 version of the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook is available in 22 languages. Hard copies of the 2004 translations are no longer available.

Bahasa Indonesia
Bangla/Bengali
Burmese/Myanmar language
Chinese
Dari
English
French 
Hindi
Japanese
Khmer
Nepali
Portuguese
Russian
Sinhala
Somali
Spanish
Tajik
Tamil
Thai
Turkish
Urdu
Uzbek

 

INEE Secretariat thanks the following partners who helped translate the 2004 Minimum Standards Handbook:

 

CARE International in Afghanistan, Catholic Relief Services, Disaster Forum, EC DG ECHO, Female Education Program of the International Rescue Committee, IRC Afghanistan, Mavi Kalem Association, Osaka University, Japan, School of Higher Education of Viana do Castelo, Somalia Education Cluster, UNESCO Amman, UNESCO Beirut, UNESCO Bangladesh with the assistance of Commonwealth Education Fund, UNESCO Beijing, UNESCO Indonesia, UNESCO Jakarta, UNESCO Pakistan, UNICEF CEE/CIS, UNICEF Dakar, UNICEF India, UNICEF Indonesia, UNICEF Myanmar, UNICEF Sri Lanka, UNICEF TACRO, UNICEF Thailand, United Nations World Food Programme, and World Vision Nepal.