Doughnut Diagrams in 25+ languages

Version 1.0 (November 2020) 

Overview

Since 2017, the book Doughnut Economics: seven ways to think like a 21st century economist has been translated into 15 languages, so we are making high-quality colour graphics of the Doughnut available now in all those languages, in both PDF and JPEG formats, so they can be printed and used in presentations. The DEAL Community has also provided translations in additional languages.

Attribution 

When using the image of the Doughnut in presentations, websites, or publications, please use the following attributions as appropriate:
 
  • Title: The Doughnut of social and planetary boundaries.
  • Credit: Kate Raworth and Christian Guthier. CC-BY-SA 4.0
  • Citation: Raworth, K. (2017), Doughnut Economics: seven ways to think like a 21st century economist. London: Penguin Random House.

When using the Embedded Economy diagram in presentations, websites, or publications, please use the following attributions as appropriate:

  • Title: The Embedded Economy
  • Credit: Kate Raworth and Marcia Mihotich. CC-BY-SA 4.0
  • Citation: Raworth, K. (2017), Doughnut Economics: seven ways to think like a 21st century economist. London: Penguin Random House.

Links

Follow the links below to see all the translations of the Doughnut diagrams in the 15 languages that have already been published, re-created in high quality colour graphics and ready to use in presentations, documents, websites, and more.



Arabic
Catalan
Czech
Hebrew
Hungarian
Greek
Romanian
Serbian
Simplified Chinese
Welsh

All the diagrams in this tool have all been created using the online vector graphics design application, Gravit Designer, and these design templates: the Doughnut, the Overshoot Doughnut and the Embedded Economy diagram.

If the diagrams have not already been translated into a language that you speak, you can use these templates to create your own using the instructions provided below. If you are interested in translating additional content please see our FAQ for more details.

Using the Gravit Designer templates

Gravit Designer is an online vector graphics design application. To edit the provided templates, we recommend that you are already familiar with the basic functionality of vector graphics applications, including the concepts of graphics layers, etc.

When using the templates (the Doughnut, the Overshoot Doughnut and the Embedded Economy diagram), please follow these steps:

  1. In order to use the templates you will first need to create a (free) account
  2. Before starting, save a copy of the template to the cloud via 'File > Save to Cloud as...'
  3. If you are translating into a language that contains characters which the default font does not support (e.g. Chinese characters), you will need to change the font of all text fields to use one of the 'Noto Sans' font variants (e.g. 'Noto Sans CJK TC' for Traditional Chinese)
  4. When editing curved text, please note that each one is attached to its own circle (which has the same name in the layers panel), however there is a bug in the software which means that the text sometimes appears in the wrong place. To rectify this, simply select the relevant circle and rotate it backwards and forwards until the text reappears in the correct place.
  5. To share your translation with DEAL (so we can add it to this tool), please select 'File > Share file', choose the 'Developer' share option, copy the link (it should something like https://designer.gravit.io/?token=xxxx) and send it to us via the DEAL Contact Form. Thank you!

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