LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||11/MAR/2012 6:41 PM|
|Assunto:||Jefferson-Nomes de departamentos, agências|
The trend is to translate them as always as it is possible, at least in works for
Brazilians and audiences of abroad (for example, university works).
If you are making an essay for readers in English, to English speakers it wouldn´t be
necessary, of course.
So in my opinion you could translate (warning: my loose translation here):
The Office for Youth and Young Adults (OYYA)
Gabinete/escritório para juventude e jovens adultos. (possibly that, but let´s wait for some possible correction on this one)
If "MOVE" here is not some kind of anagram, you don´t translate it, it would be like translating Wikipedia or Wikileaks, everybody knows them without even having second toughts.
Anyway, it´s my layman way of thinking, let´s the people that study Scientific Metodology give their two cents worth when it comes to academical essays, etc.
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