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World Federation of the Deaf: Membership in more than 130 countries

The World Federation of the Deaf is an organization of Deaf-led associations from more than 130 countries. They promote deaf human rights.
The logo of the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) shows three interconnecting circles, surrounded by another circle that is itself surrounded by two more circles. Five stars are arranged on one of these circles. The outer-most circle is itself partly surrounded by a laurel wreath that wraps around the bottom and sides of the circle.

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The World Federation of the Deaf is an organization of Deaf-led associations from more than 130 countries. They also have consultative status in the United Nations. Furthermore, they are a founding member of the International Disability Alliance. They also promote the human rights of Deaf people around the world.

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