Articles & Interviews

Lizzie Ward: My Journey as a Deaf Learner

Lizzie Ward: My Journey as a Deaf Learner

Lizzie Ward writes about the first part of her journey as a Deaf Learner – at Primary and Secondary school.

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Lucy Coelho: My Mainstream Experience

Lucy Coelho: My Mainstream Experience

Lucy Coelho tells us about her experience of mainstream education, from Primary to University.

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Aliya Gulamani: Teaching Deaf Children in Sri Lanka

Aliya Gulamani: Teaching Deaf Children in Sri Lanka

Aliya Gulamani talks to us about her volunteering experience with Deaf Children in Sri Lanka.

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Japan: An insight from the Japanese Federation of the Deaf

Japan: An insight from the Japanese Federation of the Deaf

Japanese Federation of the Deaf (JFD) president, Fujisaburo Ishino, tells us about their history and recent visit to the UK in November 2012.

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Deaf Education at the City Lit – Interview with Mark Malcomson Principal and the Chief Executive of City Lit

Deaf Education at the City Lit – Interview with Mark Malcomson Principal and the Chief Executive of City Lit

Mark Malcolmson the Principal and the Chief Executive of City Lit. talked to Deaf Unity about their involvement in Deaf Education.

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Rebecca White tells us her experience as a subtitler with Red Bee Media

Rebecca White tells us her experience as a subtitler with Red Bee Media

Rebecca White is a subtitler at Red Bee Media Ltd she talks to us about the history of subtitling and what it is like being a subtitler.

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Shreen Hussien: Jordanian Deaf Role Model

Shreen Hussien: Jordanian Deaf Role Model

Shereen Hussein is the first Deaf woman in Jordan to achieve a master’s degree. She tells us her story.

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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.

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Deaf in Tunisia

Deaf in Tunisia

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

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