Here is a short video to tell you what happened yesterday regarding the result of the Private Members’ Bill Ballot. Let’s hope one of them will introduce #BSL Bill.
A campaign plan is vital for a winning ‘BSL Act Now’ campaign. A strong and clear plan will serve as a roadmap to achieving our ultimate goal of a BSL Act.
The 18th March 2003 was when the UK Government formally recognised British Sign Language as a language in its own right. It also promised to look into a legal status for BSL. Eighteen years on, we’re still waiting. Waiting for the key to the door to a BSL Act. No more. We’re not waiting any longer.
BDA (NI) would like to invite you to join us to celebrate International Week of the Deaf. The theme this year is ‘Sign Language Rights for all!’
Presentation by Avril Hepner (on the left) and Helen Morgans-Wenhold (on the right). Text transcript of a BSL video: Helen: Hello! Avril: Hello! Helen: I’m Helen and this is Avril and we work at BDA Scotland. Avril: Hi. Helen: Take us through what’s been happening over the past three years. Avril: Oh, it’s been tremendous! […]
Video update from BDA Chair with what has been happening lately.
The BDA Board of Trustees have accepted Asif Iqbal resignation forthwith from the BDA Board of Trustees and we thank him for his term as a trustee.