This publication guides UK lawyers (advocates) in helping deaf witnesses and defendants communicate well in court.
They no longer operates as an organization. But some advocates say their website is a useful disability rights archive of ideas and toolkits.
Many publications can help families, community leaders, teachers, and professionals help deaf children around the world. Deaf Child Worldwide.
Deaf patients in the UK confront ignorance and accessibility barriers when they seek healthcare. Older Deaf people experience isolation.
This guide can help medical care professionals with providing the best care for deaf patients by removing communication barriers.
Slavery never ended: today, we call it human trafficking. Author explains why deaf women human trafficking victims are often targets.
What are the experiences of deaf adult role models? And how do these experiences impact them? Five focus groups help answer these questions.
Author Lydia Callis explains why people should celebrate Deaf women in U.S. history. She provides examples of how Deaf women impact history.
With guidance and a few adaptations, university professors can easily include deaf and hard of hearing students in the classroom. Learn how.
Watch videos of every session of a conference on the role of Deaf scholars in Deaf studies. The conference was in June 2017.
A team of researchers share what they learned from researching issues related to international deaf mobility, including travel and sign.
Author George Taylor researched the needs of ethnic minority deaf people in London, United Kingdom. Has recommendations for empowerment.
This report explores the question of health for UK deaf people 2010 and 2011. Do barriers to healthcare lead to poorer health?
What can interpreters learn from deaf leaders’ use of sign language interpreters? Researchers interviewed 14 deaf leaders in 7 countries
Tanzanear is a UK-based organization working with deaf communities in Tanzania. They work with a local deaf school and deaf organization.
Learn how to create disability-inclusive, Deaf-inclusive communications that is accessible and respectful and reaches everyone.
What do you learn when you compare Deaf US versus Deaf UK? Author visits United States and recommends changes in the United Kingdom.
The author explains how barriers in accessing information impact Deaf people. She shares her opinions on how to solve these barriers.
A project in the United Kingdom helped Deaf and disabled people’s organizations show donors they are valuable.
Deafway, a UK-based organization, works with Deaf communities in the UK, Uganda, and Nepal. They value Deaf culture and signed languages.