• When translating news lands you in prison
    To suppress freedom of the press, some regimes arrest, prosecute and imprison translators
  • When staying incognito is paramount to staying alive
    Interpreters in war zones must wear masks to avoid being kidnapped, tortured and killed
  • When interpreting for journalists puts you in the cross hairs
    Targeted by state and non-state actors, interpreters face the fallout from controversial stories

About Us

Protecting Translators and Interpreters Worldwide

Red T is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization advocating for the
protection of translators and interpreters in high-risk settings.


A stark trip across the world that brings home the often tragic fate of translators and interpreters

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Open Letters
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Safety Guidelines
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UN Petition
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Speaking Engagements
A Word From Our Founder
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News & More

Red T’s activities have been widely covered – in news outlets, policy papers, academic texts, military manuals and parliamentary debates.

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