Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Jubilee celebrations | Deaf job seekers | US Deaf role model killed

Posted on June 15, 2012



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Jubilee celebrations hosted by Harrow Asian Deaf Club

Harrow Asian Deaf Club had a huge turnout of over 220 people, including the Mayor of Harrow.

Deaf job seekers are still facing barriers

Deaf and disabled job seekers are still facing barriers when looking for a job.

Remark! Midlands presents Interpreting in Religious Settings Workshop

On Saturday June 9th Birmingham held its very first Interpreting/CSW workshop.

Kenya to reward top Deaf sports stars with cash

Sports minister Paul Otuoma said the Kenyan government want to honour successful Deaf sportsmen and women with financial rewards.

US students develop portable sign language translator

A group of engineering and industrial design students in the US have developed a portable sign language translating device that could help Deaf people break the communication barrier.

Hospital apologises after Deaf patient treated like a “second-class citizen”

A Deaf hospital patient said he had been treated like a “second-class citizen” after repeatedly being left unable to communicate with doctors and nurses

Inspiring’ US Deaf role model killed in hit-and-run

Mark Gobble, 38, the former principal of the Texas School of the Deaf, was killed in a hit-and-run incident in Austin, Texas. He was hit during an early morning jog on Sunday 10 June.

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