People can now reach the Malta police in text via Facebook Messenger. And they can do this even in emergencies to ask for help.
International Disability Alliance (IDA) unifies eight global and six regional networks, including World Federation of the Deaf and others.
Countries in the Asian Pacific region have set goals for improving deaf and disability rights in Asia. The Incheon Strategy explains them.
This manual guides organizations in monitoring deaf and disability rights in their country. This is a way to document and track problems.
This publication guides UK lawyers (advocates) in helping deaf witnesses and defendants communicate well in court.
Some advocates believe legal recognition of sign language protects sign language rights. But are they correct? Various authors discuss.
They no longer operates as an organization. But some advocates say their website is a useful disability rights archive of ideas and toolkits.
Do deaf Albanians have opportunity to access information, education, employment, or public services? A survey helps answer these questions.
A new program teaches sign language to young Haiti professionals. In consequence, they can better communicate with deaf people in Haiti.
Watch as parents share their experiences raising deaf children in Chile. In Spanish and Chilean Sign Language with Spanish captions.
A decade ago, he was a novice hairstylist. Now he owns his own Vietnam deaf hairstyling business with many deaf and hearing customers.
A deaf couple in Senegal own a pottery business in which they create and sell pottery from their home. They were childhood sweethearts.
The local deaf community promotes deaf awareness and empowerment in Rwanda, Africa. They want national recognition of Rwanda Sign Language.
Quota International empowers women and children around the world. Also people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have speech difficulties.
Money is important for deaf rights and disability rights. Advocates argue that governments should do better in budgeting for inclusion.
13 Reasons to Sign to Your Hard of Hearing or Cochlear Implanted Child She thought a cochlear implant meant her son wouldn’t need to sign.
The International Federation of Hard of Hearing Young People (IFHOHYP) promotes inclusion & rights for hard of hearing youth around the world.
A deaf American woman, Rikki Poynter, produces many videos on deaf awareness. Her videos also explain accessibility and closed captioning.
Many publications can help families, community leaders, teachers, and professionals help deaf children around the world. Deaf Child Worldwide.
A project is teaching sign language to hearing children in Gaza. As a result, deaf children can more easily integrate with their peers.