One of the oldest, best known disability rights training manuals is “Human Rights. YES!” Explains disability, deafness as human rights issues.
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Mill Neck International offers a collection of resources made by MNI staff along with curated resources made by experts around the world. Explore an array of International Development topics such as developing an advocacy plan, deaf awareness and empowerment in a country, and how to train Deaf people to be leaders in their community!
The policy, theory, and practice of Nigeria Deaf education, with a focus on secondary education in the country.
The author explains how barriers in accessing information impact Deaf people. She shares her opinions on how to solve these barriers.
Teachers use touch as a teaching strategy for deafblind children with additional disabilities. Which strategies work best?
Explains how Deaf education language policies impact the situation among West African sign languages. Case studies in Ghana, Nigeria, Mali.
A special section of the American Annals of Deafness journal has a series of articles on South African Deaf education and Deaf community.
The author explains the history of the Deaf social movement in U.S. society and how the movement expressed its ideas and empowered itself.
Sometimes no one teaches menstrual health to deaf girls in Zimbabwe. Thus, Deaf Women Included produced a video to teach them in Zimbabwe Sign Language.
Fifteen years of research confirms that Deaf people experience more accessibility barriers in healthcare. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Deaf Blind International is a membership organization focused on people who are deafblind, their families, and their service providers.