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In Germany, the law requires health insurance to pay for sign language interpreters for deaf patients. But, do deaf patients in Germany know?
Explains parts of the CRPD that mention deaf people or sign language. May be useful as an introduction to the CRPD for deaf people.
Guides trainers in providing training program on disability inclusion in the media. Deaf, disability and media collaboration is essential.
Summarizes the human rights situation of women and girls with disabilities and the challenges they face in developing countries.
The Solar Ear company helped bring affordable hearing aids to more than 60 countries. The aids cost $100 US dollars and use solar energy.
Learn about U.S. Deaf history. Topics include sign languages, early 19th century deaf education, the civil rights movement, and others.
A disability organization educated Thai media about disability and improved how Thai media covers disability.
A deaf journalist in Nigeria, Julius Shemang, advocates for better disability rights laws, media coverage of disability, and deaf awareness.
Provides guidance in writing the sustainability section of your grant proposal, explaining how your project survives after the grant ends.
In Germany, people who are deaf or blind use phone apps for movie accessibility. This helps them watch the same movies as everyone else.
Learn how to plan a sustainable project, build organizational capacity, manage volunteers, raise funds, and partner with other organizations.
Provides detailed, step-by-step guidance on how to develop a sustainability plan for an organization. A team can work on this together.
Provides guidance on writing about disability for media professionals. Includes appropriate terminology and avoiding stereotypes.
What can we learn when we evaluate projects again years later? How can this help us improve other projects we do? And how to do it?
Media either ignores, or stereotypes, people with disabilities and deaf people. This guide for media reporting on disability can help.
Explains how an organization can develop a financial sustainability plan. Helps with brainstorming ideas for raising money, other resources.
How can young adults with disabilities prepare for international careers? Includes quotes from a deaf woman in international development.
Learn to develop a sustainability plan that addresses three types of “sustainability”: financial, institutional/organizational, programmatic.
Learn how to create disability-inclusive, Deaf-inclusive communications that is accessible and respectful and reaches everyone.
These posters explains the history of 45 people with disabilities, including deaf role models, who achieved something important.
In Canada, the government helps raise awareness about people with disabilities, including raising deaf awareness for Canadian media.
A series of public service announcements on U.S. media educate people about workers with disabilities and raising awareness for deaf workers.
Monitoring and evaluation may help your organization be more sustainable. Learn how to monitor and evaluate for sustainability.
How will your organization survive 5, 10, 20 years from now? This guide can help develop your long-term organizational sustainability plan.
How will your project survive after the current grant funds run out? Here are 5 ideas for creating your grant’s sustainability plan.
International development professionals often ask, how do we make a more sustainable development plan? Author Mary Ruckelshaus has an answer.
How will your project survive after the first grant funds end? What is your sustainability plan? Funders will want to know. Here are ideas.
Comics can help organizations raise deaf awareness or advocate in the local community. This guide will help you learn how to create comics.
The CRPD Advocacy Toolkit summarizes the CRPD and explains why it matters. The first section might help trainers explain the CRPD to others.
Deaf Ethiopian youth experience many challenges. But they also have opportunities for advocacy, education, and empowerment.