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We support organisations to engage with customers who speak little or no English.

We support organisations to engage with customers who speak little or no English.


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Happy to Translate wins UK's Most Innovative Initiative of the Year

Happy to Translate wins UK's Most Innovative Initiative of the Year

6th April 2017

Trust Housing Association's Happy to Translate has been awarded the UK's Most Innovative EDI (Equality, Diversity & Inclusion) Initiative of the Year 2017. The National Centre for Diversity held its prestigious Annual Grand Awards at the Queens Hotel, Leeds on 16th March. It was a night...

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First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, Endorses Happy to Translate

First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, Endorses Happy to Translate

15th January 2016

Glasgow, 15thJanuary 2016: First Minister Nicola Sturgeon met with Rohini Sharma Joshi at her constituency office in Govanhill to discuss Trust Housing Association's Happy to Translate mobile app. The innovative app assists organisations when communicating with those whose first language isn't...

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Nicola Sturgeon Launches Happy to Translate Mobile App

Nicola Sturgeon Launches Happy to Translate Mobile App

13th November 2015

Scottish initiative places the power to overcome language barriers in the palm of your handGlasgow, 13th November 2015: First Minister Nicola Sturgeon unveiled the new mobile app produced by Happy to Translate, a Scottish initiative which helps organisations communicate with customers who face a...

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The Commission joined HTT two years ago as a way of ensuring it was meeting the needs of all its applicants, irrespective of traditional language barriers. The logo has been successfully incorporated into all of our information literature and is on display throughout the office. We have found this approach to be extremely effective in contributing towards our equality commitments as well as general membership of HTT providing invaluable training, support and value for money.

Chris Reddick, Director of Corporate Services, Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission