What is the nation for communication?
Right now more than 1.1 million Australians are having trouble communicating with their loved ones. How would you feel if you were unable to communicate? The “nation for communication” project aims to give voice to those people who have trouble communicating, and advocating, for themselves.
If you agree that communication is vital to life, please join the International Communication Project.
Sign the ICP2014 pledge here and show the world that
- The ability to communicate is a basic human right, and that
- Everyone has the potential to communicate
Every new signature makes a difference, so your help is appreciated!