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Deaf Leaders Foundation in India: Employment, human rights

Deaf Leaders Foundation in India mainstreams deaf people into society. They also promote deaf human rights, empowerment, and employment.
Logo for the Deaf Leaders Foundation in India. The acronym DEAF LEADERS stands for: "Deaf Empowerment Activities For Literacy Education Accessible Development Employment Rehabilitation and Sports"

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The organization Deaf Leaders Foundation in India mainstreams deaf people into society. They also promote deaf human rights and empowerment. Their activities include attending university, gaining employment, and promoting legislation in India. They collaborate with other deaf organizations on projects helping deaf people.

Their website is partly accessible for people using screen reading software. For example, some images use alternative tags to describe them for people who cannot see. But the Deaf Leaders Foundation in India website has some accessibility barriers. For example, not all images have descriptions.

Also look for other organizations of and for deaf people around the world. Or else, explore our other resource links about deaf people in India.

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