Your organization has a wonderful project for deaf people! But which parts of your project help the most? An evaluative case study might help you decide.
In 2014, a team documented Haiti Sign Language (LSH). Read a blog post or journal article about it, or watch eight videos documenting LSH.
Disability Rights Promotion International (DRPI) helps disability organizations learn to watch (monitor) the disability rights situation.
This global report explains the situation of deafblind people in relation to the CRPD and SDGs (human rights and international development.)
Deaf and disabled people in Bolivia experience human rights crimes. A team did a project to learn more about their experiences and the laws.
Some advocates believe legal recognition of sign language protects sign language rights. But are they correct? Various authors discuss.
Do deaf Albanians have opportunity to access information, education, employment, or public services? A survey helps answer these questions.
Authors believe screening programs should diagnose deaf Nigerian children earlier. They also want more research on Nigerian sign language.
Explains why deaf and disabled people rarely appear in the media and why that should change. Provides recommendations on how to change it.
People use the African Sign Languages Portal to find research, dictionaries, and more about African sign languages.
Are programs for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) disability-inclusive? The United Nations reviews data, policies, programs.
The world’s deaf and disabled children deserve, school, food, healthcare, & more. This report explains challenges & some successful programs.
What kind of support is best for parents of deaf children? How does interacting with other parents benefit them? Position paper.
The Deaf History International association connects people interested in Deaf history globally. Studies, preserves, disseminates Deaf history.
As a result of a project teaching sign language, some teachers and parents communicate better with deaf children in the country of Georgia.
Based on a survey of deaf organizations in 93 countries, this report summarizes the deaf human rights situation globally.
Many deaf children experience language deprivation. Article summarizes the situation around the world, but with an emphasis on the U.S.
Author explains research on sign language for deaf children. Says all deaf children need sign language, with or without cochlear implants.
The policy, theory, and practice of Nigeria Deaf education, with a focus on secondary education in the country.
Describes examples of programs that successfully reduced gender-based violence against deaf or disabled women. Best-practice stories.