Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Government wage incentive for young Deaf|Volunteer in Sri Lanka|Crowdsourced subtitle rise

Posted on August 3, 2012



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Crowdsourcing subtitling on the rise

Deaf Theatre goers could, at last, receive instant subtitles for live events via their smartphones after a team of scientists have come up with a new system for online crowdsourcing subtitling.

Sri Lanka Volunteers need you!

Are you Deaf? Female? Experienced in teaching? Want to teach Deaf children in Sri Lanka?!

Government to introduce wage incentive for young Deaf and disabled workers

Young Deaf and disabled people all over the UK are set to benefit from a new wage incentive organised by the government.

Making Travel Accessible in London

Public transport in London…hot, bothersome, and for many downright confusing!

A catalogue of films have been produced by leading production company Environment Films aimed at the deaf and hard of hearing communities, providing valuable information about accessible travel in the city.

Deaf people experience hostility

Deaf and disabled people “made to feel like benefit scroungers”, research says

According to the latest research by Scope, almost half of Deaf and disabled people (46 per cent) feel that the public attitude towards them has worsened over the past year, and they are increasingly accused of being ‘scroungers’

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