Typically when you travel to another country with different norms than yours, you learn lessons the hard way.
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Clarissa from Macau talks about a problem we see worldwide – deaf people not having the chance to lead.
Habel Ouma, Deaf rights advocate in Kenya, promotes deaf education & employment, justice for gender-based violence, & sign interpreting.
MOSFA, @Moviemiento de Sordas Feministas Argentina, a Deaf Feminist collective from Argentina pushes the understanding of feminism to include people of all genders and ablilities in their fight against oprressive systems.
We partner with Deaf Communities internationally to mobilize their capabilities, skills and resources to achieve their human rights through accessible communication and education.
Deafway, a UK-based organization, works with Deaf communities in the UK, Uganda, and Nepal. They value Deaf culture and signed languages.
Authors believe screening programs should diagnose deaf Nigerian children earlier. They also want more research on Nigerian sign language.
Explains research on emergency communication access for deaf & hard of hearing people in both large-scale disasters & individual emergencies.
A new, free online app for learning South African Sign Language called FingerTalk launched in 2015 with a dictionary and interactive quizzes.
Dr. Christina Yuknis, an associate professor at Gallaudet University, discusses Universal Design for Learning in a hearing classroom for deaf children.
Norma discusses considerations entering a community overseas as a Deaf woman, as a Deaf person and then when there, how to work well with people you are there to assist.
Dr. Kirk VanGilder explains many points about how we are walking on holy ground when entering Deaf communities in another country.