MOSFA, @Moviemiento de Sordas Feministas Argentina, a Deaf Feminist collective from Argentina pushes the understanding of feminism to include people of all genders and ablilities in their fight against oprressive systems.
Watch an interview with Lionel Smith, who was president of the New Life Deaf Club in Barbados from 2013 to 2018. Shows history of the club.
They are dancers, scientists, athletes, politicians, actors, and more. Learn about 32 world-changing Deaf women from around the globe.
The global disability community says disability-inclusive SDG programs are crucial. Their position paper says the CRPD should be a guide.
Deaf people now have accessible movie theaters in Colombia. A phone app enables them to watch movies with either subtitles or sign language.
International Disability Alliance (IDA) unifies eight global and six regional networks, including World Federation of the Deaf and others.
This manual guides organizations in monitoring deaf and disability rights in their country. This is a way to document and track problems.
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.
A deaf American woman, Rikki Poynter, produces many videos on deaf awareness. Her videos also explain accessibility and closed captioning.
Explains why deaf and disabled people rarely appear in the media and why that should change. Provides recommendations on how to change it.
The Asia-Pacfic Development Center on Disability (APCD) provides leadership training in the Asia-Pacifc region, including for Deaf people.
Sometimes the most powerful way to teach is through a story. End the Cycle of Disability and Poverty site has six stories from deaf people.
Poor healthcare, sometimes resulting in death. No education and no jobs. These are some challenges shared in common among Deaf Nigerians.
Guidance for finding local disability organizations. Some cross-disability organizations are inclusive of deaf people, others are learning.
A program at the U.S. Department of State has helped add captions to thousands of their online videos in more than 70 languages.
Explains research on emergency communication access for deaf & hard of hearing people in both large-scale disasters & individual emergencies.
A basic introduction to what makes Deaf culture a culture. Primarily focuses on U.S. Deaf community for students of American Sign Language.
The Deaf Read website can help you find many deaf blogs and vlogs, sharing stories by deaf people in different countries.
Learn how to make deaf-accessible films and festivals. A filmmaker, Maya Washington, shares lessons she learned screening a film globally.