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Deaf Vote! Education video in Ghana

The Ghana National Association of the Deaf (GNAD) produced this deaf vote education video. Learn how they taught deaf people to vote. Ghanaian Sign Language.
Screen shot of deaf vote education video produced by Ghana National Association of the Deaf.

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Drama by the Deaf on 2016 Elections

How many deaf people in your country vote? The Ghana National Association of the Deaf (GNAD) wanted more deaf people to vote. Thus, they produced a deaf vote education video, “Drama by the Deaf on 2016 Elections”. For example, the video shows someone explaining how to vote. It also shows people lining up for the polls. The video also shows wrong ways to mark a ballot compared with the correct way. 

GNAD’s deaf vote education video is in Ghanaian Sign Language (GSL). But it has no captions. Meanwhile, we could not assess if it has voice over.

Also learn other ideas for inclusive voter education. Or you also can watch this interview with Robert Sampana, the Project Advocacy Officer at GNAD.

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