On Tuesday 6th March, the BDA were invited to give a short presentation to the CAPITA PIP assessors at Fort Dunlop Birmingham.
The BDA BOT have accepted the nomination panels decision that Agnes Dyab has met the relevant criteria for the Chair. As a result of this, there will be no Chair election and AGNES DYAB is duly elected as the new incoming Chair 2018-2021
We would like to extend an invitation to join us at the Annual General Meeting for the British Deaf Association in Manchester on Saturday 14th April 2018.
Today as part of the commemoration a special award ceremony is taking place. One of the awards, the Diana Award, is going to a young deaf boy who the BDA nominated. His name is Danny Murphy.
The Liberal Democrats have called upon the UK Government to urgently review its policies in regards to persons with disabilities and for them to take immediate steps to remedy failures highlighted by the United Nations Committee in August.
In a landmark moment for deaf people in the UK, the UK government has been told by a leading UN committee that it must “ensure that legislation provides for the right to educated high-quality sign language interpretation…in all spheres of life”, highlighting a key loophole in current UK law.