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Why Worldcrunch

Who we are

Founded in 2011, Worldcrunch has pioneered an expressly international brand of journalism. Our mission is to discover the most interesting stories and viewpoints — regardless of language or geography — and apply our skills of translation, adaptation, writing and editing to deliver a uniquely global view of our times. Read more about our mission.

What we do

We deliver exclusive, English editions of in-depth reportages and analysis from more than 40 countries and 15 languages, working with the world’s leading news organizations and top international journalists to identify the right stories and apply our unique system for journalistically-driven translation and adaptation.

How we do it

The stories that we translate in full are always done so with permission from the news organization or journalist that published them in the original language. The articles authored by the Worldcrunch team often begin from events and stories we find in the press around the world. We also offer our own consciously international eye on the big stories of the day, always attentive to movements, ideas, trends and habits — the bad news and the good — that ever more are transcending borders.

What we believe

Worldcrunch was not founded to promote any one cause or political ideology. But there are certain values (journalistic and otherwise) that we strongly adhere to:

  • We are convinced that exploring the world helps challenge our own preconceptions — and a wide range of perspectives makes us both smarter and more humble.
  • We trust facts and science.
  • We believe journalism has a duty to defend universal human rights, tolerance and freedom of expression.
  • We believe in the power of a good story, well told.
  • We think there is almost always value in keeping the conversation open, but know where to draw the line.
  • We will make mistakes, and do our best to learn from them.
  • We trust the intelligence of our readers.