Deaf Accessibility in India

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[Description: Two men facing directly to the camera, signing. They are standing in a lobby of a conference center.]

So what’s accessibility like in India?
So accessibility in India
What’s missing are
virtual interpreting
There’s 13 million people in India
But there’s only 200 interpreters
Very few
So with the limited number of interpreters, accessibility is not reached
The second thing is Indian movies
There’s no subtitles
Very few but most of them do not have any
Same with TV
there’s no subtitles
The Rights of People with Disabilities does have a provision for subtitles
But it has not been enforced
The Rights of People with Disabilities Act passed in 2016
But the work is not done, we are still lobbying
In 1995, there was a legislation for people with disabilities but it did not include accessibility
Now after 2016, we’re able to start
Thank you!

Thusar and Babloo talks about deaf accessibility in India

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