Our team

Associazione Ergon a favore dei sordi

The Association was founded in 2010 to support a group of young adults, alumni of the Istituto dei Sordi di Torino, to develop entrepreneurial skills and be more active in the world of work. The basic idea was to cooperate with the school in the management of some facilities (cantina, cafeteria) and to re-insert some unused assets into the economic track, such as small farmland and some rooms formerly used for school purposes. All this in a perspective of growth also in the digital environment and with the introduction of innovative technologies in activities previously managed with very traditional formulas.

Lietuvos kurčiųjų ir neprigirdinčiųjų ugdymo centras

Educational Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing of Lithuania (LKNUC) is a state educational institution providing education for hearing impaired students of Lithuania Republic. There are 110 students from pre-school to high school and 130 staff members including 75 teachers. The Center has divisions of general education, pre-school education, unformal education and socialization, educational support and assessment, development of educational materials and sign language research.

Centre of Greek Sign Language

The Centre of Greek Sign Language is a SME organisation based in Thessaloniki, Greece and most of its employees are Deaf using Sign Language as their native language. They expertise in teaching Sign Language to hearing adults, producing accessible media content, organizing events and campaigns to promote equal rights for the Deaf and universal access to Sign Language for all the Deaf and Hard of Hearing people.

Specjalny Osrodek Szkolono- Wychowawczy dla Nieslyszacych im. Janusza Korczaka w Krakowie

Specjalny Ośrodek Szkolno – Wychowawczy dla Niesłyszących im. Janusza Korczaka in Krakow existed since 1950 and
is an institution that educates young people who are deaf , hearing impaired or having diagnosed aphasia. The main aim
and task of the school are to provide pupils with the level of general, professional and social preparation so that they will
be able to live independently in the families, environment and dealing with new roles in the society.

European Union of The Deaf Youth

European Union of the Deaf Youth (EUDY) is a European non-profit organisation whose membership comprises 30 youth national associations of the deaf in Europe. Established in 1987, EUDY is the only organisation representing the interests of the Deaf Young Europeans in Europe. EUDY strives to foster the personal development of the Deaf young persons with a sign language in Europe and to further mutual understanding to advance and protect the rights of and opportunities for the Deaf Young Europeans.