Participatory planning can help projects for deaf communities, or any other community, succeed. Use this tool to learn how.
What is “inclusive development?” What do USAID policies say about marginalized groups? And what can USAID staff do to make programs inclusive?
A U.S. Deaf museum educates visitors about deaf history, arts, and culture in the United States. It is based in Olathe, Kansas, USA.
What can interpreters learn from deaf leaders’ use of sign language interpreters? Researchers interviewed 14 deaf leaders in 7 countries
How does architecture affect deaf & hearing student interaction? What makes a place “Deaf Space”? Author used Participatory Research.
Deaf people and blind people in Israel can use a phone app, GalaPro, to enjoy accessible live shows and movies with captions & amplification.
This reference guide explains laws that affect US deaf legal rights. Furthermore, it uses simple language to explain the laws clearly.
The authors argue that state constitutions should protect a legal right to language for deaf children. Analyzes U.S. and international law.
Explains parts of the CRPD that mention deaf people or sign language. May be useful as an introduction to the CRPD for deaf people.
Learn about U.S. Deaf history. Topics include sign languages, early 19th century deaf education, the civil rights movement, and others.
Provides guidance in writing the sustainability section of your grant proposal, explaining how your project survives after the grant ends.
Provides detailed, step-by-step guidance on how to develop a sustainability plan for an organization. A team can work on this together.
Provides guidance on writing about disability for media professionals. Includes appropriate terminology and avoiding stereotypes.
These posters explains the history of 45 people with disabilities, including deaf role models, who achieved something important.
A series of public service announcements on U.S. media educate people about workers with disabilities and raising awareness for deaf workers.
What do you learn when you compare Deaf US versus Deaf UK? Author visits United States and recommends changes in the United Kingdom.
Deaf children feel a connection with the deaf character in El Deafo. The novel is an autobiography by deaf author Cece Bell.
Business can empower. One U.S. business provides sign interpreters and captions–and also does outreach and empowerment for Deaf people.
Explains Deaf awareness and what “hearing privilege” is. Also provides examples of Deaf empowerment in U.S. church communities.
The author explains the history of the Deaf social movement in U.S. society and how the movement expressed its ideas and empowered itself.