Since we are not able to physically gather together on the 27th of April for the 3rd Reading by House of Lord to (hopefully) celebrate an historical event, we will do a Livestreaming event instead.
BDA Scotland are very excited to announce that they have secured funding from the Glasgow City Heritage Trust for two new projects exploring Glasgow’s cultural and historical identify within the Deaf community.
Hello. I am here to talk about ‘yourlocalcinema.com’, where you can find out more information on subtitled screenings.
Go to the website, please click or type the film you hope to watch.
On the 11th of December, BDA NI, and leading Deaf researchers, will be releasing a groundbreaking report on the barriers Deaf people face when trying to access justice in Northern Ireland.
Arthur first started at Birmingham Deaf School and then went onto Northampton Deaf Club. He was interested in sports and organised the MDSA’s cricket matches. In the 1960’s he became involved with the BDA, being the Secretary, then the Chair of the Midland Regional Council, organising many activities.
The Deaf community are paying tribute to Dr Terence (Terry) Riley OBE, a prominent broadcaster, campaigner and leader from the Deaf community, who passed away on Wednesday 9th October 2019.