Polish Translators Visit The Head Office

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Report by Seppo Kanerva

Mr. Paul Jaworsk resident of Australia, and Mr. Eugene Lorens, resident of Japan, both native speakers of the Polish language and members of the newly formed Polish translator team, paid a visit to the Chicago Head Office on 15 to 21 June. The team members met face-to-face for the first time in Chicago and discussed the practicalities of their mutual effort to get The Urantia Book translated into Polish. The Polish team includes also Mr. Jaworski's wife, Malgomita Jaworski. Their work was initiated only a few months ago. Mr. Lorens is likewise interested in launching a project for a Japanese translation.

The Polish team had talks with Trustees, Georges Michelson-Dupont and Gard Jameson, with the Executive Director, Tonia Baney, and the Foundation staff members.

At the conclusion of their negotiations and discussions with the Trustees, the team members signed translation agreements with the Foundation. As soon as the Polish team had been formed the Foundation received the first donation in support of this project With the Polish effort now taking shape there are twelve ongoing translation undertakings. They include, in order of seniority, German, Italian, Arabic, Korean, Swedish, Lithuanian, Estonian, Portuguese, Chinese, Romanian, and Polish.

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