Caffy from Deaf Roots & Pride, Scotland, chats with role model of the month, Tasnim Sharif, about her important work within the Scottish Ethnic Minority Deaf Club (SEMDC).
A member of the DRP Scotland’s Youth Advisory Group, Erin McCluskey, asked BDA Scotland’s James about the COVID-19 vaccination.
Deaf Roots & Pride Scotland would like to introduce two new members of staff; Catherine Nassimi-Green and Moira Ross. Catherine and Moira have joined DRP team as Transitions Officers and will primarily be working with young deaf people aged between 8 to 25, living in the central belt of Scotland.
BDA Scotland’s Deaf People Makes Glasgow BSL Trails Project explores Glasgow’s buildings and historical identify within the Deaf community. It is a fantastic opportunity for Deaf young people to learn about the buildings in Glasgow related to Deaf history.
Erin McCluskey was nominated in the Deaf Role Model category for her work as a Member of the Scottish Youth Parliament. She’s worked incredibly hard in this role and has also produced numerous BSL videos encouraging young deaf people and the deaf community to engage in civic life.