If you like this project and wish to support it, you are more than welcome!

Here is what you can do:
– search your local newspapers, online, TV- and radio broadcasts, websites for news that you think could be useful to know for the people in Iran. Try to figure to be in their place – what would you like to know about the media coverage in Germany (among that of other countries)? What would help you to not feel forgotten by the rest of the world?

– whatever you find that speaks to you, translate it to English. Don’t worry about having to do a perfect job, just get started. Indicate the source (name of the newspaper, publishing date, if available, link to the original article).
You can also summarize articles and translate only the parts that you feel are relevant.

– Before you start a translation, send an e-mail to lilalinda@yahoo.com and tell me what you are going to translate, so we avoid several people doing the same job.

When you are done, e-mail it to me, and I will publish your contribution. If you don’t mind your name to be published along with your work, let me know.

Thank you for your time and contribution!

4 Responses to “How to contribute”

  1. Hello,

    in your article “Detained in Iran – “The wall was splattered with blood”” – you use my picture. You cannot use the picture without my permission.
    Please add my name and my weblink to your article, than you can leave the picture in!


    • Julia Says:

      Dear Florian, you are right, I am truly sorry that I overlooked this. I fixed it. Thanks for your permission to use this photo.

  2. Iman Says:

    Hi there,

    I’ve a silly blog and just made a post that might interest you. It’s a German RAP translated to English.

    Neda Agha-Soltan the face of Iran’s hero


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