History of law in Japan since , Part 5, Volume Views Read Edit View history. Retrieved 9 September This status was challenged by the JFD, and in they succeeded in having Article 11 of Japan's Civil Code amended; thereby allowing the Deaf to participate as fully functional persons in legal matters. The Federation has member associations in all 47 Japanese prefectures, which are coordinated on the national level by the General Assembly and the Board of Directors of the JFD. Sports governing bodies in Japan JPN. The seahorse is the recognized symbol of the Deaf community in Japan. Deaf in Japan: Signing and the Politics of Identity, p. The JFD supports Deaf culture in Japan and works to revise laws that prevent the Deaf in Japan from participating in various professions and activities.
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