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          Your search returned 399 Organizations

          • Deakin University

            Deakin University is a university located in Melbourne, in the Australian state of Victoria. (Source: Website)

          • DPOD - Disabled Peoples Organisations Denmark

            Disabled Peoples' Organizations Denmark (DPOD) is the umbrella organization for 34 Danish disability organizations. DPOD works both, at the municipal level, where DPOD has 97 local departments, nationally, and internationally. The purpose of DPOD is to enable persons with disabilities to live a life like everyone else. (Source: Website)

          • University of Dortmund


          • Independent Living VZW

            Onafhankelijk Leven vzw helps people with a physical or mental disability to take control of their lives. As an organization that forms the basis of the healthcare budget, they stand up for the right of all people with disabilities to live their lives as independently as possible. As a healthcare budget specialist, they are the first partner for people or their families who choose to manage this budget themselves. (Source: Website)

          • IDRT - Institute for Disabilities Research and Training, Inc.

            United States of America

          • STEP - Special Talent Exchange Program


          • University of Turku


          • Centre for Sign Linguistics and Deaf Studies

            Sign language research and training programmes started in 1993 at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Since then, the sign linguistics research programme has taken root at the university, and, after a decade of research effort, the university is now being recognised as the first academic institution specialising in sign linguistics research and Deaf training in the Asia-Pacific region. (Source: Website)
            China - Hong Kong

          • Saraki Foundation

            Saraki was created in 1996 as a private, non-profit organization, under the premise that it is possible to transform society and turn it into a free, inclusive and solidary society, if individual ideas are transformed into collective actions. This foundation continues to be the basis of our activity, as well as our daily definition and motivation. (Source: Website)

          • South America For All

            South America for All offers accessible tours for people with disabilities, their families and friends. They have been operating our sustainable accessible tours at destinations such as Galapagos, Machu Picchu, Buenos Aires or Patagonia among others. (Source: Website)