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Soraya Belghazi

Soraya Belghazi - Translator

Brussels, Belgium

I enjoy designing beautiful blogs and websites. I make it possible for you to easily add and edit content, reaching out to more readers.

Overview

I am passionate about historical fiction and I have created several blogs, websites and extranets for individuals and small companies. I like giving people maximum control and freedom to manage a website on their own, including integration with social media, being there when they need extra tips and support.

Services
Book Translation
Languages
English to French
Fiction
Historical Fiction Literature
Non-Fiction
Biographies & Memoirs Business & Management Education & Reference History

Work experience

Editor & Proofreader (French)

Self-employed
November, 2016 – Present (8 months)

Responsible for coordinating the "Business & Economics" series (50minutes.fr), including:
- Advising authors and providing content expertise,
- Proofreading and editing manuscripts (in French),
- Ensuring compliance with the Publishing guidelines,
- Managing publication deadlines.

Public relations & Communications professional

Self-employed
July, 2004 – Present (almost 13 years)

I am currently a freelance manager heading a small international association in the field of marketing communications.

English-French Translator

EurActiv.com
October, 2003 – June, 2004 (8 months)

Translator of daily news on European policy from English to French, proofreading in English and French. Responsible for content partnerships with French-language media.

Projects

Beer blog

I helped a blogger launch her website on beer tasting:

Portfolio (2 selected works)

Les femmes et la révolution belge de 1830: Les journées de septembre à Bruxelles (French Edition)

Soraya Belghazi

Comment expliquer le silence et l'invisibilité des femmes pendant la révolution belge de 1830? Seule Marie Abts, qui a cousu le premier drapeau belge, semble être passée à la postérité. Cela signifie-t-il que les femmes ont été largement passives pendant les évènements? Loin de se croiser les bras, les femmes ont pris une part active à l'insurrection populaire, même si, pour la grande majorité... read more

Comment expliquer le silence et l'invisibilité des femmes pendant la révolution belge de 1830? Seule Marie Abts, qui a cousu le premier drapeau belge, semble être passée à la postérité. Cela signifie-t-il que les femmes ont été largement passives pendant les évènements? Loin de se croiser les bras, les femmes ont pris une part active à l'insurrection populaire, même si, pour la grande majorité... read more

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