Articles & Interviews

Andy Owen and Maria Bailey talk to us about the History of Communication Support Workers (CSW)

Andy Owen and Maria Bailey talk to us about the History of Communication Support Workers (CSW)

Andy Owen and Maria Bailey talk about their research into Deaf education worldwide.

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Roger Beeson British Sign Language Interpreter – A Personal Journey

Roger Beeson British Sign Language Interpreter – A Personal Journey

Roger Beeson talks about his substantial experience as a Teacher of the Deaf, becoming a sign language interpreter and recent investigations into Access To Work.

Filed in: Interpreting 20 Comments

Beth Abbott talks about Bee Communication’s Remote Captioning Service

Beth Abbott talks about Bee Communication’s Remote Captioning Service

Beth Abbott, Managing Director of Bee Communications one of our sponsors, talks to us about her company.

Filed in: Assistive Technology 4 Comments


Deaf in Tunisia

Deaf in Tunisia

Mona Belhouan describes life for Deaf people in Tunisia and their struggle for rights after the Tunisian revolution.

Filed in: Human Rights 4 Comments

Experience of volunteering in Syria

Experience of volunteering in Syria

In January 2010 Karen Newby went to volunteer in the Middle East Syria with a new organisation that was being established.

Filed in: Education/Training No Comments

Deaf graduates unique qualities

Deaf graduates unique qualities

Katarzyna Hadley on appreciating the unique qualities of Deaf graduates.

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Deaf in Uganda

Deaf in Uganda

This article, contributed by an Austrailian Deaf woman called Ceilidh Dane working in Uganda, may make you glad you live where you live!

Filed in: Charity 12 Comments

Deaf in Fiction

Deaf in Fiction

Below is a video and letter that was sent to us promoting a book of fiction with a Deaf/hard of hearing character (we don’t know if it’s any good!). This raises a couple of interesting […]

Filed in: Deaf Books No Comments

Disabled Students Allowance (DSA)

Does Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) meet the needs of Deaf and hard of hearing postgraduate students, and is there enough access to information about it?

Filed in: Education 1 Comment


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