Learn about a documentary on four deaf entertainers in the United States and their attempts to break into mainstream entertainment.
A representative from CBM briefly summarizes the Third International Conference of the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) in November 2017.
D-PAN’s mission is to provide accessible news and information for the U.S. Deaf and Hard of hearing community in American Sign Language (ASL)
Learn what researchers found when they investigated sign languages in Northern Ireland. Similarity to British or Irish Sign Languages varied.
What is “inclusive development?” What do USAID policies say about marginalized groups? And what can USAID staff do to make programs inclusive?
Trainers can use this CRPD training manual to teach others about the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
Deaf people and blind people in Israel can use a phone app, GalaPro, to enjoy accessible live shows and movies with captions & amplification.
A technology service in Japan provides accessible emergency broadcast information for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Guides trainers in providing training program on disability inclusion in the media. Deaf, disability and media collaboration is essential.
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.
In Germany, people who are deaf or blind use phone apps for movie accessibility. This helps them watch the same movies as everyone else.
Provides guidance on writing about disability for media professionals. Includes appropriate terminology and avoiding stereotypes.
Media either ignores, or stereotypes, people with disabilities and deaf people. This guide for media reporting on disability can help.
Learn how to create disability-inclusive, Deaf-inclusive communications that is accessible and respectful and reaches everyone.