Hands up - who speaks Croatian, Hebrew, Hindi, Norwegian or Welsh?
By now you know the drill: new week, new list of languages that United Sounds is looking to YOU to help source!
With your help, United Sounds is in the process of archiving audio recordings of the important Universal Declaration of Human Rights from every corner of the globe. It’s like an around-the-world ticket for your ears - check out some of the languages we have already collected here!
This week we’re doing a special call out to Croatian, Hebrew, Hindi, Norwegian and Welsh speakers. Recordings are at the core of United Sounds’ success, and it only takes 15 minutes to get involved and make a contribution with impact:
Get involved and record the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights in your language here:
To keep on top of our growing tally of languages: last week United Sounds challenged you to find participants for recordings in Filipino (Tagalog), Hungarian, Japanese, Polish and Swedish. How did we do?
We got Polish! (three cheers for SoundClouder Carmin Ferru) and, yep, we got Filipino (Tagalog), too (thanks to SoundClouder ad2mvn)!
This means that we’re still on the lookout for the others! As always, many thanks to all who are participating, checking us out online, and spreading the word!
(Photo via World on a String / Ken Bosma / CC BY 2.0)