The local deaf community promotes deaf awareness and empowerment in Rwanda, Africa. They want national recognition of Rwanda Sign Language.
The International Federation of Hard of Hearing Young People (IFHOHYP) promotes inclusion & rights for hard of hearing youth around the world.
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.
The world’s deaf and disabled children deserve, school, food, healthcare, & more. This report explains challenges & some successful programs.
Advocates around the world are fighting for Deaf rights–and some are lawyers. Two Deaf law students tell their stories.
A small but growing number of deaf people are healthcare professionals. Read a story about one deaf nursing student in the United States.
The winner of the Miss & Mister Deaf International competition becomes Ambassador of the Deaf community who meets with important leaders.
Meet national and regional youth leaders in Ghana. Two are experienced national leaders, two are newly elected leaders in the Central region.
Watch the story of Asif, a young Deaf man in Pakistan. Asif and his father explain how attending school and driving a rickshaw help Asif.
Deaf Child Worldwide provides advice, resources, and training for organizations working with deaf children in developing countries.
Watch an interview with Hee-Kyung Cho “Choy” about the situation of deaf rights in South Korea in the year 2009.
Watch as six deaf people in Mumbai, India, South Asia use many strategies to communicate with hearing people. One of the six is deafblind.
Watch these two videos to see many deaf Australians in different jobs. For example, they include a dental nurse, a teacher, a chef and more.
Learn about and celebrate deaf people and their achievements, both throughout history and also today. Focuses on Americans.
DeafKidz International promotes rights, self advocacy, & job skills of deaf children. Also promotes access to technology & child health care.
Deaf children feel a connection with the deaf character in El Deafo. The novel is an autobiography by deaf author Cece Bell.
In one coffee shop, Deaf Jamaicans sell coffee to hearing people–and also help them learn how to communicate with Deaf people.
Six guides on classroom interpreting for deaf students can guide interpreters, administrators, and others in helping them access language.
These resources can help people with finding deaf characters in children’s literature. The books are for readers aged 8 to 18.
Provides information on deafness for parents, including how to raise Deaf children who are young, or school aged, or almost adults.