The global disability community says disability-inclusive SDG programs are crucial. Their position paper says the CRPD should be a guide.
The European Union (EU) language policy protects deaf people’s right to accessible communication. This can be in sign interpretation.
This CRPD handbook provides detailed analysis of all 50 articles in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
Countries in the Asian Pacific region have set goals for improving deaf and disability rights in Asia. The Incheon Strategy explains them.
Some advocates believe legal recognition of sign language protects sign language rights. But are they correct? Various authors discuss.
Action on Disability and Development (ADD) partners with disability rights advocacy organizations in Africa and Asia.
Money is important for deaf rights and disability rights. Advocates argue that governments should do better in budgeting for inclusion.
Explains the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how they affect disability rights. Links to more resources about the SDGs.
The world’s deaf and disabled children deserve, school, food, healthcare, & more. This report explains challenges & some successful programs.
This learning module teaches users about disability-inclusive education in Africa and how to improve education for children with disabilities.
European Union of the Deaf (EUD) Position Paper describes International Sign and explains their position on national & intl sign languages.
The author argues that signing Deaf communities need language justice: in other words, they need protection for their sign language rights.
Fifteen years of research confirms that Deaf people experience more accessibility barriers in healthcare. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Guides educators, others in how to help deaf or disabled students learn to read. Explains principles of universal design for learning (UDL).
What policies and accessibility barriers affect New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) community members? Researchers conducted a survey.
They are the first to have HIV, but the last to know about it: Learn about the situation of Deaf people and HIV/AIDS in Zambia.
A program at the U.S. Department of State has helped add captions to thousands of their online videos in more than 70 languages.
“CRPD at a Glance for Deaf People” explains the deaf-focused parts of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).
In Colombia, deaf people can use free sign language interpreters via the Colombia video relay service to help with phone calls.
Trainers can use this CRPD training manual to teach others about the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).