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Interaction held on International Sign Language Day

On December 19, 2017, the United Nations decided to celebrate September 23 every year as International Sign Language Day, starting in 2018. The United Nations' decision to celebrate September 23 as International Sign Language Day is an important step in raising public awareness about the importance of sign language and the identification of deaf people with disabilities. The World Federation of the Deaf, which represents nearly 70 million deaf people around the world, and the Deaf Associations of each country are celebrating this year's International Sign Language Day with various events. The slogan for this year's International Sign Language Day "Sign language  Are for everyone " Is | In addition, the World Federation of the Deaf and the Deaf Associations of each country have been celebrating the week of September 23 every year as International Deaf Week by organizing various events around the world. This year's deaf week theme "Reaffirmation of the human rights of deaf people" That is to say The state has not paid enough attention to the identification and development of sign language. International Sign Language Day is a great opportunity for the identification and development of ordinary deaf citizens

The National Federation of the Deaf, established as an umbrella organization for the rights of nearly 300,000 deaf citizens in Nepal, is planning to organize various events on the important occasion of International Sign Language Day and International Deaf Week. In this regard, in collaboration with the National Federation of the Deaf Nepal, the Language Commission, the United Nations and the Australian Embassy, Deaf community and the importance of sign language Thematic Interaction and recently published by the Federation of the Deaf in collaboration with the Australian Embassy Release of various materials in Nepali Sign Language I would like to inform that the program is being organized Due to the corona virus, I request that the program be conducted online The event is the federation's Facebook page facebook.com/NDFNNepal Will be broadcast live from |

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