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Money is important for deaf rights and disability rights. Advocates argue that governments should do better in budgeting for inclusion.
13 Reasons to Sign to Your Hard of Hearing or Cochlear Implanted Child She thought a cochlear implant meant her son wouldn’t need to sign.
The International Federation of Hard of Hearing Young People (IFHOHYP) promotes inclusion & rights for hard of hearing youth around the world.
A deaf American woman, Rikki Poynter, produces many videos on deaf awareness. Her videos also explain accessibility and closed captioning.
Many publications can help families, community leaders, teachers, and professionals help deaf children around the world. Deaf Child Worldwide.
A project is teaching sign language to hearing children in Gaza. As a result, deaf children can more easily integrate with their peers.
The International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD) organizes the international Deaflympics & other events for deaf athletes globally.
Explains why deaf and disabled people rarely appear in the media and why that should change. Provides recommendations on how to change it.
People use the African Sign Languages Portal to find research, dictionaries, and more about African sign languages.
Inter-American Institute on Disability & Inclusive Development (IIDI) and project META promote disability inclusion in inter-American region.
An Access Israel project is teaching Israeli Sign Language to thousands of people. They believe others can do similar projects at low cost.
Explains the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) & how to monitor CRPD implementation. Do governments follow CRPD?
Are programs for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) disability-inclusive? The United Nations reviews data, policies, programs.
Explains the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how they affect disability rights. Links to more resources about the SDGs.
Humanity & Inclusion (HI) works with people with disabilities in about 60 countries. The organization also sometimes works with Deaf people.
This guidance document explains how disability rights organizations, and Deaf organizations, can collaborate to write CRPD shadow reports.
The Asia-Pacfic Development Center on Disability (APCD) provides leadership training in the Asia-Pacifc region, including for Deaf people.
Sometimes the most powerful way to teach is through a story. End the Cycle of Disability and Poverty site has six stories from deaf people.
The world’s deaf and disabled children deserve, school, food, healthcare, & more. This report explains challenges & some successful programs.
What kind of support is best for parents of deaf children? How does interacting with other parents benefit them? Position paper.
What is deafness? What causes it? How does it impact people? What can help? This fact sheet on deafness from WHO addresses these questions.
The CBM Advocacy Toolkit can guide users in developing an advocacy plan. This can help your organization plan how to advocate for change.
The Deaf History International association connects people interested in Deaf history globally. Studies, preserves, disseminates Deaf history.
New assistive technology in Germany helps deaf and hard of hearing students in university. A mobile phone app helps them understand lectures.
This learning module teaches users about disability-inclusive education in Africa and how to improve education for children with disabilities.
Deaf Leaders Foundation in India mainstreams deaf people into society. They also promote deaf human rights, empowerment, and employment.
You need the ambulance or police. How do you call for help? Deaf people in Jordan use a video emergency line to communicate in sign language.
CBM is a global disability organization. Partners with organizations in low-income countries. Promotes disability rights and inclusion.
The Deaf Unit in Cairo, Egypt teaches deaf primary school students. They also teache sign language to parents, families, and communities.
As a result of a project teaching sign language, some teachers and parents communicate better with deaf children in the country of Georgia.