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Linh, a Deaf delegate from Vietnam, speaks in sign language during a week-long training for disability rights leaders and policy makers from all six RightsNow! countries held in Washington DC in 2016
In my country, Sign Language interpreters are not certified. However, we are beginning to develop a certification program. What recommendations and U.S. laws do you have for us to consider as we begin this process?
Cover for Advocacy before the Inter-American System: A Manual for Attorneys and Advocates
Addressing the rights of indigenous women and girls with disabilities throughout Latin America by advocating within the Inter-American Human Rights System with reference to regional and international human rights treaties
The Better Business Bureau's pamphlets for businesses to understand the Americans with Disabilities Act
Some countries already have laws requiring businesses to be accessible, but businesses don't know about them. The United States addressed this problem with a series of pamphlets explaining disability laws to businesses