As of January 2018, the Affiliate Network transitioned to a Global Network, where everyone - individuals and institutions - are welcome. The Creative Commons Global Network works together to realize our shared values and build relationships around the world. Interested in signing up? Become a member at https://network.creativecommons.org/.
You can also join our Translation Working Group on Slack, to stay informed about materials that need to be translated or to suggest new materials. Below you'll find a list of materials that were translated or still need to be translated into various languages.
|Item title||Type||Languages||Translation process|
|Global Network Strategy||Web page||1. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org announcing your interest to translate
2. Log-in (or create an account on Github)
3. Clone or download the branch
4. Translate the files locally
5. Commit the changes to Git
6. Send an email after you've finished
The Creative Commons licenses have been adapted to the copyright laws of quite a few jurisdictions. Important materials such as the license engine and deeds should be localized. For information on this process, see the Translating CC Deeds page.
This wiki needs translated versions of pages. See the CC Wiki Translate page for instructions on creating a translated version of a page.
Case Studies are stories of individuals, projects, and companies who use Creative Commons. Translate a case study.
Creative Commons produces guides, documentation, white papers, and other media documenting the licenses. Go to the documentation page to see how you can help translate these resources.
Join projects working on translating the Creative Commons license suite and CC0 legal waiver into your local language.