Emancipation Processes in the Ugandan Deaf Community
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Sign Language, sustainable development

Deaf and hard of hearing citizens and sign language communities and societies experience new realities that confront them with additional challenges and opportunities. In this book, renowned scholars and policy makers present various innovative and ground-breaking perspectives on the relationships among sustainable development, sign language, and equal opportunities. The sustainability notion...

Tuesday 23 June 2015

Sign Language Says it All

Goedele De Clerck and Rik Pinxten of Ghent University assembled the reader Sign Language Says it All: Contributions on diversity and sign language from an emancipatory perspective, published by Acco (Leuven) in 2012 (in Dutch). Scholars from Flanders and the Netherlands explore how sign...

Thursday 12 September 2013