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Deirdre Maguire: Why you should go to the IUK Deaf Camp for young Irish and British Deaf people

April 21, 2015

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Hello! My name is Deirdre and I’m the coordinator for IUK camp this year. Before I start telling you why […]

John Cradden: “Phenomenal” signing choir from Irish Deaf school makes impact in Ireland and Europe

January 12, 2015

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This article by John Cradden for the Irish Times has been shared here with the kind permission of the author […]

Read: Play featuring ISL by Irish playwright with deaf parents is shown for fourth year

December 3, 2014

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Ireland’s The Journal has a great article about Shane O’Reilly, a child of deaf parents who has written a play using […]

Louise Stern: A new book with a story that cuts through to what the deaf experience really is

August 28, 2014

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Born in Northern Ireland, reared in Scotland, the writer and translator Donal McLaughlin lives like a nomad. His work takes […]

John Cradden: How Deaf Village Ireland is bringing Deaf organisations together in Dublin

January 10, 2013

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It looks like an old university campus that has been massively upgraded, but walk towards the entrance of the main […]

Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Deaf man sorry for bus death | Deafness and dementia | South Africa hopes for sign language recognition

December 19, 2012

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Click on the titles to go to Remark’s website, then click ‘BSL’ to watch the news in beautiful sign language! […]