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Author Lydia Callis explains why people should celebrate Deaf women in U.S. history. She provides examples of how Deaf women impact history.
The World Federation of the Deaf is an organization of Deaf-led associations from more than 130 countries. They promote deaf human rights.
What kind of life experiences do deaf people have in Uganda? Also, how do they identify? A qualitative study attempts to answer.
A small but growing number of deaf people are healthcare professionals. Read a story about one deaf nursing student in the United States.
Learn about the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) and its work in the United States. Priorities: interpreting, justice, parents, more.
Learn basic information about deafness and hearing loss. For people new to deafness, including parents, teachers, and other professionals.
With guidance and a few adaptations, university professors can easily include deaf and hard of hearing students in the classroom. Learn how.
The Deaf Read website can help you find many deaf blogs and vlogs, sharing stories by deaf people in different countries.
The winner of the Miss & Mister Deaf International competition becomes Ambassador of the Deaf community who meets with important leaders.
Can Deaf people access good healthcare without sign language? The authors analyze a case study and respond “no”. Discusses international law.
Learn how to make deaf-accessible films and festivals. A filmmaker, Maya Washington, shares lessons she learned screening a film globally.
Learn about a documentary on four deaf entertainers in the United States and their attempts to break into mainstream entertainment.
Is your international development program as disability inclusive as it should? Take a “Disability-Inclusive Development 101” class online.
Does the strength of Deaf identity increase Deaf people’s use of empowerment as a response to discrimination? Doctoral thesis.
Explains the National Week of the Deaf in Australia, what is International Sign, and why Deaf people can use it successfully to communicate.
International Deaf Emergency, Inc., (IDE) provides pre-disaster preparation, rescue & relief, and post-disaster reconstruction and recovery.
“CRPD at a Glance for Deaf People” explains the deaf-focused parts of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
How can researchers and organizations improve collaboration with Deaf communities in developing countries? Best practice and learned lessons.
One author argues that using sign interpreters as tutors in school can cause confusion among students and teachers.
Learn about 17 Deaf politicians around the world. Most are members of parliament, a couple are city mayors. All use sign language.
Online comic strip, “That Deaf Guy”, shows humorous events in the life of an ordinary deaf man and his family.
Deaf Blind International is a membership organization focused on people who are deafblind, their families, and their service providers.
This textbook on program evaluation guides students in the theory and practice. Provides examples from different fields.
Two international conferences of Deaf Muslims took place in 2013 and 2016. The third was to be in late 2019.
The author says that teachers & students in mixed method research will improve if they begin with critical self-reflection about assumptions.
DLAW provides deaf law student scholarships and training for deaf leaders. New deaf lawyers can advocate for deaf human rights and CRPD implementation.
Watch the story of Asif, a young Deaf man in Pakistan. Asif and his father explain how attending school and driving a rickshaw help Asif.
Deaf Child Worldwide provides advice, resources, and training for organizations working with deaf children in developing countries.
Teachers & others speak and sign simultaneously. But research confirms: deaf and hearing people receive different messages from “SimCom”.
A representative from CBM briefly summarizes the Third International Conference of the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) in November 2017.