The specialized website “We Hear You” was established in 2009 and is currently a renowned Bulgarian media aimed to inform people with hearing impairments, their relatives and the general public.

There are more than 20 sections in the site covering a wide range of topics related to auditory health and communication. Their main emphasis is on works created by and for the deaf people in fields such as cinema, literature, health, science, technology, media, education and many others. The icons for these sections are the author's design by Zdravko Denev

Being a media, the site is profoundly involved in a number of social debates such as the Bulgarian Sign Language Law and it also places some delicate questions and publishes its own statements, open letters and media analyses related to them only to be cited by other media.

The site has a dynamic modern layout and a mobile version that are easy to navigate even for users who are not fluent in information technologies and applications. The cool icons depicting the sections in categories will lead the reader to the area of their choice where they could read more than 700 articles on various areas of life suitable for users of all ages.

“We Hear You” has its own information channels (YouТube channel, Facebook group and Facebook page are available and the number of users and community members is constantly increasing). This is how we keep in touch with our audience regularly and are available for active communication. The publications shared on Facebook as links reach between 300 and 500 people daily. It`s worth mentioning that the people who react or comment on the posted links are so much fewer than the people who actually read them. Such statistics show a good deal of interest in the specialized media that aims to offer its readers interesting materials with informational, educational and recreational purposes.

Over the years, “We Hear You” spread its activities beyond the informational publications organizing on its own or along with its partners and fellow organizations a number of events such as public readings for the deaf audience, anniversary celebrations, exhibitions for artists with hearing impairments, open lesson on Bulgarian folklore dances for the deaf audience with professional sign language interpretation provided at each event.

The site is open to forming new partnerships and being a co-host of various events making a wide range of creative ideas a reality and offering professional sign language interpretation so as to attract the attention of people with hearing impairments and include them in real life happenings. The site is a guarantee for additional popularity among the people with hearing impairments because its media partners get added into the site`s partners list. It also spreads the partners` projects or events via exclusive professionally written announcements and PR articles.

For the 14 years of its existence, the site has a great deal of credit among its readers and the institutions in Bulgaria and abroad. A good number of letters from parents of children with hearing impairments and private readers is received and they all convey their sense of gratitude for the useful information offered on the site and the joy of the existence of such a media.

So far, “We Hear You” is a site unique for the Bulgarian wide web.

The website is non-commercial, it does not publish advertisements, banners and materials with product positioning. From 2009 until now, the site has been built and maintained entirely free of charge, without external financial support.

The website uses the option of bilingual information in order to make the articles accessible to English-speaking users without the inconvenience of automatic technical Google translation. English translations are voluntary, so not all articles and materials on the website have an English version. We thank you for your understanding.

Since June 2022, the website www.repporter.com has been the property of the National Center for Alternative Communication "We hear you". The association keep the traditional, informative and educational traditions through the specialized website, without any commercial benefit from the content in the website.

The association is the bearer of exclusive and non-exclusive rights to publish articles and materials from its authors, with whom it has contracts for the right to use their works. For all other photos and images, which are necessary only and only for illustrative purposes to the articles, the Association uses free and semi-free licenses and written permission to use protected works from the respective source, and citing and indicating it correctly.

If the articles on the site do not have pictures, it means that they are currently waiting for a license to use from the requested source, or that the articles refer to expired events and the information in them may not be current.

The association complies with and follows Bulgarian and international legislative provisions regarding copyright and related rights, privacy policies and protection of personal data. See Terms and Conditions and Cookie Policy

Last updated 15 May 2023