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Jemma Buckley: Make sure you watch the BDA’s film ‘Power In Our Hands’ in cinemas now

February 24, 2016

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For the past four years the British Deaf Association have been working to bring their extensive film and video collection […]

Julie Platts: How the BDA’s Terry Riley helped support links between Deaf people and the police in Leicestershire

September 26, 2014

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I am just writing to thank Terry Riley OBE (representing the British Deaf Association) for coming to our hometown of […]

Deaf News: Terry Riley re-elected as BDA Chair

August 8, 2014

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Terry Riley has won the election to become Chair of the British Deaf Association. Riley, who was seeking re-election, polled […]

Exclusive: The 3 candidates for BDA Chair answer our questions in their BSL videos

July 30, 2014

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Recently, we posted an article telling our readers in brief about the three candidates for BDA Chair – Agnes Dyab, Terry Riley and […]

One of these three people is the next Chair of the BDA. Who are YOU voting for?

July 18, 2014

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The British Deaf Association has long been regarded as the charity for the Deaf, signing community, so being Chair of the BDA is no […]

British Deaf community doesn’t work as well with other disabled groups as they could, says World Federation of the Deaf President

May 2, 2014

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The President of the World Federation of the Deaf, Colin Allen, has told The Limping Chicken that the British Deaf […]

Deaf Lobby Day: Hundreds of Deaf people set to ask their MP’s for change at Westminster

February 7, 2014

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Hundreds of deaf people are set to descend on Westminster on March 17th to lobby MPs and bring their campaign […]

Deaf News: Seven deaf groups meet at Westminster to discuss Communication Support Bill

November 25, 2013

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Seven deaf organisations and groups representing the deaf community (the D7) are meeting in London today to plot the next […]

The Guardian publishes obituary for Deaf and disabled rights campaigner Arthur Verney

November 19, 2013

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The Guardian has published an obituary for the Deaf and disabled rights campaigner Arthur Verney, and it’s well worth reading […]