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International Translation Day 2023

International Translation Day, September 30, is an opportunity to acknowledge the work of language professionals and translators around the world. Translation plays an important role in bringing nations, cultures, and communities together maintaining an interconnected society. With hundreds of languages spoken in the United States and Nevada being ranked the third-most diverse state in the country, per the 2020 Census, we recognize that a failure to communicate can be a major barrier to important lifesaving information and state-wide resources for anyone in need of help with a gambling problem.

To provide a more inclusive experience online, our website visitors are now able to access language interpretation and accessibility support tools through Recite Me’s assistive technology.


We would like to thank all the language professionals, translators, and agencies who have helped and continue to help us reach the community and spread awareness about problem gambling!!!

How to Access Online Language Translation

Activate translation services by clicking the    button located on the center/right side of the page.

You can also click the “Accessibility & Languages” button in the top menu of our website.

Choose from a range of features including translation into over 100 languages, text-to-speech functionality, multiple reading aids, and customizable styling options. This includes adjustments to color, font type, and size.

To learn more about how to use this support, click here to visit our digital accessibility page.

Learn More About International Translation Day

International Federation of Translators

International Translation Day – International Federation of Translators (

Center for Intercultural Dialogue

International Translation Day 2023 – Center for Intercultural Dialogue

National Today

INTERNATIONAL TRANSLATION DAY – September 30, 2023 – National Today




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