The Earth Charter has been translated into Aranese thanks to Project Implícate+.
The translation was completed by the Director of the Center for Educational Resources of the Educational Service of the Val d’Aran, founder of the Implícate+ Project.
Aranese is the name given to the Spanish region of Valle de Arán (Lleida), the Occitan language spoken in this territory, with co-official status throughout Catalonia. It is a gascon variety of the Occitan language.
The text of the Earth Charter in Aranese can also be found through this link in digital reading format.
The Implícate+ Project is a project created altruistically by 43 active teachers from Lleida with two objectives: develop teaching materials to work on values, solidarity, and the Earth Charter in classrooms; and create a network of collaborative schools.
Below are documents that show more information on this Project:
• Under the acacia Story: One of the materials