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Initiatives for deaf education (in the Third world)

ENABLING EDUCATION NETWORK (EENET)
November 2001

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The following booklets were developed at INITIATIVES workshops. Three booklets reflect the recommendations made at the workshop in Beni Sueif, Egypt, 1997. The fourth contains the recommendations of the workshop held in India in 1994. The titles of the booklets are:
Issues and Recommendations for Interpreters;
Issues and Recommendations for Parents;
Issues and Recommendations for Sign Language; and
Issues and Recommendations for Teachers

Deafness : a guide for parents, teachers and community workers

UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION (UNESCO)
2000

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This guide provides basic information on the identification of deafness, importance of sign language and the need of education for deaf children. The guide accompanies the video 'Deafness'. This material is most appropriate for the African context

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INTERNATIONAL DEAF CHILDREN'S SOCIETY (IDCS)

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This small online resource includes articles published on the IDCS website related to hearing impairment worldwide. Articles can be submitted to the library through the NCDS website, and fall into the following browseable categories: advocacy, audiology, community-based services, deaf children with additional needs, deaf education, gender, HIV/AIDS, parental empowerment, sign language development

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