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Deaf Libyan Voters Empowered by Sign Language

Deaf Libyan voters use a sign language dictionary on elections and politics to empower themselves. Available in a video, phone app, or PDF.
A screen shot of a video in which a woman is signing to the camera. The logo for the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, and the logo for the U.S. Agency for International Development, are on the screen. At the bottom is text in English and Arabic.

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Deaf Libyan voters use a sign language dictionary to empower themselves. It has signs on elections and politics. It is in PDF, video, or a phone application. Both Deaf people and Libya Sign Language interpreters use the dictionary. Deaf Libyan voters use it to learn about voting rights. Also, interpreters help Libyan voters access information about politics.

The web page is accessible for people using screen reading software with minimal difficulty.

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