Intercultural Perspectives on Dyslexia

Interviews and videos showing how dyslexia is looked upon in countries around the world. These videos provide us all with a broader, deeper, global perspective.

LGBT+ Asylum Seekers

Dyslexia Kenya

Able Foundation (Dyslexia Malawi)

Nigerian Researcher in South Africa

Educational Psychologist – Nigeria

Raising Awareness in Nigeria

Neurodiversity and Mental Health in Nigeria

Amina Dyslexia Centre – Nigeria

Dyslexia Awareness and Acceptance in Nigeria – Eulexia Dyslexia Support

Africa Dyslexia Association – Ghana

Maharastra Dyslexia Association Founder – India

SEN Unit (from Dyslexia to Down’s Syndrome) – Sri Lanka

Russian University Teacher

Turkish Teacher of Young Learners

Speech Language Therapist, Iran

A Teacher’s Perspective – Iran

Oman

Cultural Comparisons: Dyslexia Provision in Hungary and Qatar

IPAnimate – Hungarian Teachers

Hungarian Special Educational Needs Teacher

Hank Zipzer – in Hungarian!

Dyslexia Awareness in Hungary and Germany

Germany, Multiculturality, and Inclusivity

Japan, Korea, Germany

Korean Education: Standardisation, Child Suicide, and Mental Health

Country Comparisons: Croatia vs Hungary

Ten Second Interviews: Slovakia and the Czech Republic

Intercultural Comparisons: Sardinia, Latvia, Serbia

Norwegian member of Parliament

Dyslexia Awareness: Sweden

Danish Trainee Teacher

Italian Schools

Brazil: Bruna’s Story (i)

Brazil: Bruna’s Story (ii)

New Zealand

Dyslexia in Australia

From Brisbane to New York

Neurodiversity Consultant, Chicago, USA

Dyslexia in America: Regularities and Inequalities (i)

Dyslexia in America: Regularities and Inequalities (ii)

IPAnimate – Assessments and Accommodations in France

IPAnimate – Teaching SEN Students in France

French Training Officer

Grande École, France

Dyslexia and Neurodiversity in Belgium

A Mother Talks About The Netherlands and the UK

Between Jamaica and the UK

BAME Communities, Britain

British Universities

Dyslexia Scotland

Spanish Teachers

Spanish (Catalonian) Teachers

SEN Funding in Spain (Catalonia)

Please note: occasionally these videos have been cut and edited. At no point in this process has the meaning, intention, or context of the message been changed – edits are almost always because of sound interference, stumbles over words, or interviewees asking for sections to be erased.