- ACCES CULTURE
Contact person: Priscillia Desbarres
Address: Accès Culture à Chaillot - Théâtre national de la Danse
1 place du Trocadéro et du 11 novembre 75116 Paris
Phone: 01 53 65 30 74
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Accès Culture is an association that works with over 100 theatres and opera houses in France to offer French Sign Language adaptations and adapted surtitling for hearing impaired and deaf visitors and audio description for visually impaired and blind visitors.
- ASSOCIATION DES SOURDS DE TOULOUSE
Contact person: Jacques Sangla
Address: 35 rue Lancefoc 31000 Toulouse
Phone: +33 (6)85015789
L’objectif d’A.S.T est de promouvoir la vie de la communauté des Sourds, l’usage de la LSF/la culture sourde et de développer avec 11 secteurs: social, sports, loisirs, seniors, patrimoine, accessibilité.
- CENTRE D'AIDE AUX PERSONNES A PROBLEMES AUDITIFS (CAPPA-SOURDS-HAÏTI)
Contact person: Joël Thomas
Address: C/O 121 Rue Mayard Christ-Roi HT6110 Port-Au-Prince
Phone: +509-4097-1445 / +509-3645-2929 / +509-3653-1833 WhatsApp +509-3710-4711
Centre d'Aide aux Personnes à Problèmes Auditifs (CAPPA) créé au mois de mai 1998. Nous sommes à la base de l'Association Nationale des Formateurs et Interprètes en Langue des Signes (SANFIL).
- COMITÉ TIERS MONDE SOURD
Its purpose is: · To help the deaf people of Third World countries. To provide moral, material, educational and educational support to deaf children. To encourage and encourage educational and professional projects. To inform the public authorities about the problems of the deaf community.
- DEAF EDUCATION WITHOUT BORDERS
Deaf Education Without Borders is focused on enhancing the quality of education for Deaf individuals worldwide by working with organizations and educational bodies on the best approaches in Deaf education. Approaches will be to ensure approaches are in accordance with the UN CRPD and other laws.
- DEAF HISTORY INTERNATIONAL
Deaf History International is an association for all people interested in the study, preservation, and dissemination of deaf people's history. DHI aims to connect Deaf people from around the world who are interested in the study of Deaf history. Come by the booth and join!
- ETU - École de théâtre Universelle
The first generalist school of immersion in sign language (LS), the ETU offers a two-year degree course. Numerous actor signers and directors of shows in LS intervene to promote the development and visibility of the specific visual genius.
- EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND DEAFNESS
ESMHD is an international Non-Governmental Organisation promoting the positive mental health of deaf people. ESMHD provides a forum for achieving mental health practice appropriate to deaf people's needs or access to specialised mental health services for deaf people with mental health problems.
- INSTITUTO JACOB RODRIGUES PEREIRA
Address: Rua Francisco de Almeida nº1, 1400-117 Lisboa
- LA COMPAGNIE DE DEUX MAINS
Contact person: Maud Lomenech
Address: 16 rue Papu 35000 Rennes
Phone: +33 (0)6 22 14 42 42
The company DEUX MAINS was created on November 21, 1994 in Rennes, Ille et Vilaine in Brittany, France. It aims to promote visual art through theatrical and cultural activities. It brings together Deaf people and hearing people for performances or visual shows for all French sign language audiences.
- LIBRAS IN SCIENCES EDUCATIONAL SOLUTIONS LTDA ME
Contact person: Rafael Dias Silva
Address: Street Serra de Botucatu, 968 - Tatuapé 03317-000 São Paulo
Phone: +55 11 2090-0040 or +55 11 98526-1823
Fax: +55 11 2090-0040
The institution Libras in Sciences Educational Solutions develops bilingual educational strategies (LIBRAS/Portuguese) for the contents of the curricular proposal in the areas of Human, Exact and Biological Sciences. We offer training courses for public and private school teachers on accessibility.
- SOS SURDUS
Contact person: Jessica JOUANNEAU, Angélique LORY
Address: Maison des associations SOS Surdus boite n°113, 81, rue St Roch - BP 74184 - 31031 Toulouse cedex 4
The SOS Surdus team offers a "Well-Being" space: free speech, self-confidence and autonomy for deaf people of all ages. Since March, it opened an administrative office and academic support. Workshops, trainings and conferences are suggested to all: professionals, individuals, volunteers and families.
- THE SILENT HORN FOUNDATION
Contact person: Samira Duale
Adress: Maka-Almukara Road, opposite Hotel Dayax, Mogadishu, Somalia
Phone: +447534154087/ +252619517606
The Silent Horn Foundation has a very simple objective which all of our work is built around: Educate the Deaf in Somalia so that they can access the same dignity and independence enjoyed by their peers. Our initiatives include building schools and adult learning centres across the entire Somali peninsula.