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Organizations relating to Hearing, Speech

Mediterranean Society of Otology and Audiology / Jerusalem, Israel / Est. 1987
International Office for Audiophonology / Liège, Belgium / Est. 1967
Europa Nostra / The Hague, Netherlands / Est. 1963
Union internationale des bègues éliminant leur bégaiement / Est. 1985
European Human Rights / Est. 1983
Standing Committee of the International Congresses for Improving the Welfare of the Deaf and Dumb / Est. 1883
International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics / Birkirkara, Malta / Est. 1924
International Association for Melody-Programmed Therapy of Speech / Est. 1978
World Association for Voice of Animals / Gordon, Australia
International Collegium of Rehabilitative Audiology / Leuven, Belgium / Est. 1988
International Foundation for Stutterers / Est. 1980
Caribbean Association for the Hearing Impaired
International Stuttering Association / New Ulm MN, USA / Est. 1995
Women\'s Voice International
European Association of Hearing Aid Professionals / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1968
European League of Stuttering Associations / Newcastle upon Tyne, UK / Est. 1990
First Voice International / Silver Spring MD, USA / Est. 1997
Inter-American Society for the Freedom of Commercial Speech / Est. 1992
Permanent Liaison Committee of EU Speech and Language Therapists and Logopedists / Twann-Tüscherz, Switzerland / Est. 1988
Nordic Aphasia Council / Est. 1994
European Association of Cochlear Implant Users / Luxembourg, Luxembourg / Est. 1995
Hearing International / Aurora CO, USA / Est. 1993
Nordic Alliance of the Hard of Hearing / Oslo, Norway
Canadian Voice of Women for Peace / Toronto ON, Canada / Est. 1960
Réseau international des observatoires francophones de l\'inforoute et du traitement informatique des langues / Est. 1992

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World Problems relating to Hearing, Speech

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Discrimination against minority languages
Speech disorders
Limited verbal skills
Hearing defects
Deafness
Disorders of speech fluency and rhythm
Prohibitive cost of linguistic interpretation in legal proceedings
Restriction of freedom of expression
Tinnitus
Occupational diseases of the voice
Language disorders
Noise in the working environment
Dysarthia
Sensory aphasia
Motor aphasia
Loudness
Deaf mutism
Uncommunicativeness
Threatened species of Mixophyes balbus
Loss of voice
Profanity
Broca's aphasia
Aphonia
Wernicke's aphasia
Landau-Kleffner syndrome

Action Strategies relating to Hearing, Speech

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Giving children and young people a greater voice on sustainable development issues
Treating stuttering
Providing information services for the deaf
Assisting those with hearing difficulties
Informing about aphasia
Expanding role of children and youth in sustainable development
Stabilizing social organization through common voice
Global local community planning
Advancing audiophonology
Enabling local political voice
Developing grassroots political voice
Treating mutism
Improving acoustical treatment in workplaces
Coping with hearing defects
Hearing labour disputes
Establishing strong citizen voice
Tolerating political diversity
Assisting hearing impaired children
Incorporating minority factions into decision making
Maintaining arena for litigating disputes
Reducing delays in hearing consumer complaints
Passing judgement on employment contracts
Defending loyal opposition
Researching voice
Researching phonetics

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