Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Deaf footballer taunted | RIP Ceefax | Deaf Zambians fight for right to drive

Posted on November 5, 2012



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NDCS warns against cuts to deaf education
The National Deaf Children’s Society has warned the government that its special educational needs reforms are under threat.

Deaf footballer mocked at football match
Former GB Deaf footballer Daniel Ailey was taunted by Grays Athletic fans

Oscar winning director’s new film examines abuse of deaf children in Catholic Church
A new documentary from Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney tells the horrific story of four deaf men who were abused by a priest at their deaf school in America.

Ceefax closes down after 38 years
Ceefax was finally turned off for the last time, as digital television services take over.

Deaf Zambians fight for the right to drive
Zambia’s deaf community is fighting for the right to drive

American Deaf convenience store manager awarded $1 million for discrimination
An American Deaf man who lost his job after changes to the access he received at work has won nearly $1 million in compensation.

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