Articles & Interviews

DCAL: Deafness Cognition and Language Research Centre

DCAL: Deafness Cognition and Language Research Centre

DCAL, UCL’s Deafness, Cognition and Language Research Centre, outline their research. They are one of the sponsors of Deaf Unity’s Deaf Careers Fair.

Filed in: Deaf Learners, Education, Education/Training, Employment No Comments

Chichester College: Outstanding Support

Chichester College: Outstanding Support

Chichester College is one of the sponsors for Deaf Unity’s Deaf Careers Fair, being held on 7th May – they offer outstanding support for deaf students at a college rated Outstanding by Ofsted. Chichester College […]

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Tamsin Coates: Author of Meanwhile I Keep Dancing

Tamsin Coates: Author of Meanwhile I Keep Dancing

Tamsin Coates, author, shares her thoughts on writing.

Filed in: Arts, Community, Deaf Books 1 Comment


Shezad Nawab: Deaf Entrepreneur

Shezad Nawab: Deaf Entrepreneur

Shezad Nawab, Deaf Entrepreneur, tells us about his experiences, work and business advice.

Filed in: Education/Training, Employment, Jobs 4 Comments

Clarion: Accessibility, Awareness and Interpreting

Clarion: Accessibility, Awareness and Interpreting

Clarion outline their services, aims and vision, which include improving accessibility, awareness and interpreting at a local level, and employment services for deaf people.

Filed in: Education/Training, Employment, Interpreting, Jobs, Training No Comments

Michael Roppolo: Disabilities in America: Inclusion and Independence

Michael Roppolo: Disabilities in America: Inclusion and Independence

Michael Roppolo, writer and researcher, writes about independence, the law and his experiences with access in America.

Filed in: Assistive Technology, Deaf Awareness, Deaf Graduates, Deaf Learners, Education, Employment, Human Rights, Legal 1 Comment


Phoebe Tay: Interview with a Deaf Writer

Phoebe Tay: Interview with a Deaf Writer

Deaf Unity interviews Phoebe Tay, Deaf writer and Teacher of the Deaf, about being a Deaf writer.

Filed in: Deaf Awareness, Deaf Learners, Education, Human Rights, Media, Teacher 2 Comments

Access to Work Changes

Access to Work Changes

Lizzie Ward outlines some of the changes to Access to Work and how they may affect deaf people.

Filed in: Deaf Awareness, Employment 4 Comments

Ai-Media and Bee Communications

Ai-Media and Bee Communications

Beth Abbot, from Bee Communications, talks to Deaf Unity about joining with Ai-Live.

Filed in: Assistive Technology, Deaf Graduates, Deaf Learners, Education, Education/Training, Employment No Comments


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