Category: DPOs in the Americas

The United Nations defines the Americas as: Caribbean, Northern America, Central America, and South America.
  • Center for International Programs and Services -- Gallaudet University
    • The Center for International Programs and Services (CIPS), a unit of the College of Professional Studies and Outreach (CPSO) is Gallaudet University's one-stop office for all things international. Services for international students at Gallaudet, visitors on campus from abroad, and for international deaf English learners.
  • Deaf Organizations and Schools - Ecuador
    • Lists deaf organizations in Ecuador with their contact information.
  • Deaf Organizations and Schools - Nicaragua
    • Lists deaf organizations in Nicaragua with their contact information.
  • Deaf Organizations and Schools - Peru
    • Lists deaf organizations in Peru with their contact information.
  • National Disability Rights Network
    • National Disability Rights Network members serve individuals with a wide range of disabilities by guarding against abuse; advocating for basic rights; and ensuring accountability in health care, education, employment, housing, transportation, and within the juvenile and criminal justice systems. In the United States.
  • Organizaciones de Sordos en Argentina.
    • Organizaciones de las personas sordos en Argentina.
  • The Inter-American Development Bank
    • The Inter-American Development Bank offers free publications with statistics and other background information about people with disabilities in various Latin American countries. Materials are in Spanish, in PDF format.
  • The Organization of American States
    • This organization works to unite the nations of the Western Hemisphere. They work to strengthen democracy; promote human rights; and confront shared problems such as poverty, terrorism, illegal drugs, and corruption. Content available in English, Portuguese, Spanish, and French.