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World Organizations & Resources
World Federation of the Deaf
WFD is the international non-governmental organisation representing Deaf people worldwide. A non-profit organisation, WFD works for human rights and equal opportunity for Deaf people everywhere. WFD promotes the right of Deaf people to use sign language to access education, information and all other spheres of life. In this way will Deaf people achieve equality and human rights.
European Union of the Deaf
The European Union of the Deaf is a European non-profit making organisation whose membership comprises National Associations of Deaf people in each of the EU member states. Established in 1985, EUD is the only organisation representing the interests of Deaf Europeans at European Union level. EUD aims to establish and maintain EU level dialogue with the "hearing world" in consultation and co-operation with its member National Deaf Associations.
Deaf People in Developing Nations
Information about world volunteer organizations and the status of deaf people in developing countries
World Deaf Directory
International Deaf email directory
Dovenwereld (Deaf World)
Worldwide resources about deaf-blind, deaf sports, homepages, deaf clubs, etc. More than 3080 links
European Association of Cochlear Implant Users (EURO-CIU)
The European Association of Cochlear Implant Users (EURO-CIU) was founded 1995 in Luxembourg. The association represents on European level the interest of deaf or hearing impaired people, who have regained hearing perceptions through a Cochlear Implant device.
International Sign Language (Gestuno)
International Sign Language (Gestuno) is a constructed sign language, which the World Congress of the World Federation of the Deaf originally discussed in 1951.
Deaf Cultures of the World & Indigenous Signs
Indigenous signs, cultural information, and interpreting foreign language classes
Deaf History International
Informational website about the 5th Deaf History International conference in Paris, France (2003)
Deaf Cultures and Sign Languages of the world
TeachASL Resource Center: Country, State, and City Signs
Introduction to use of indigenous signs
Indigenous signs for cities
Indigenous signs for countries
Interpreting for culturally diverse settings
Interpreting for German as a second language
Interpreting for Spanish as a second language