The 8th National Deaf Conference in Kolkata from 25th to 27th January 2024 is a vital gathering for the Deaf community all across India. Organized by the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) and hosted by West Bengal Forum of the Deaf Society (WBFDS), this event aims to build connections and share ideas. Attending this conference helps people meet others from different places, discuss issues, and find solutions that can make life better for the Deaf back in their hometowns. It's a chance to learn, connect, and bring positive change.
This conference happens every two years and covers a lot of ground. There are talks, group discussions, and presentations on topics like education, rights, and advocacy for the Deaf. It's not just for Deaf individuals; it's open to everyone—leaders, activists, teachers, parents of Deaf children, and more. The event includes exhibitions, lectures, and even a grievance cell set up by NAD to help address problems faced by the Deaf. It's a chance to learn, grow, and make a difference.
To attend, there's a registration fee based on membership, and the event takes place at two venues in Kolkata. For more information on registration and logistics, the contact details are available. So, if you want to be part of a powerful network aiming to empower the Deaf community, come join us at the 8th National Deaf Conference in Kolkata!