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Shes been deaf from birth, but with her analogue hearing aids she has forged a career as a professional musician, teacher, visual artist and creative powerhouse
The actress caused a sensation at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in her role as Alice in The Solid Life of Sugar Water. Praised by audiences and critics, it has garnered stellar reviews. Here, the BAFTA award winner and International EMMY nominated actress talks to BDN about why we need more Deaf talent
A world with no snoring, no bad music and a loving community. Alexis Borochoff puts together a list of the best things about being Deaf
A mock trial by jury involving Deaf jurors was held in Sydney last year the first of its kind to assess whether they could effectively participate with interpreters. Jemina Napier who set up the trial and Alastair McEwin who is challenging a ban on Deaf jurors in Australia tell the BDN why this was put to the test
A lot has changed since then. Penny Beschizza, Jen Dodds and Andrew Don look at some of the campaigns which contributed to this transformation