Why: For the communicative accessibility and inclusion of Deaf and hard of hearing people.
Who: For Deaf and hard of hearing people.
How: Through an in-depth study to identify issues related to communication practices in sign language
The Réseau québécois pour l’inclusion sociale des personnes sourdes et malentendantes(ReQIS) has received a grant from the Government of Canada through the Accessibility Standards Canada program for its project « Exploratory study of accessible communication practices”.
This project, directly linked to our advocacy platform, will be a lever to improve and promote communicative accessibility as a strategy for universal accessibility strategy in order to reduce the barriers faced by Deaf and hard of hearing people in the exercise of their citizenship.
This research will provide scientific recommendations on which to base further recommendations on which we can build to continue to advance the cause through our collective advocacy work.
Accessible communications such as public government announcements , television and radio news, emergency announcements, etc. are, in usually transmitted, for various reasons, in written or oral...
This research will provide scientific recommendation on which we can build to continue to advance the cause through our collective advocacy work.More specifically, the objectives of the project are...
In order to carry out such a mission, ReQIS will work closely with the CBLS (CB Linguistics Services), the Research Group on LSQ and ASL and Deaf Bilingualism at the Université du Québec à...