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Who is Responsible for Paying BSL Interpreters? – A Deaf Perspective

Who is Responsible for Paying BSL Interpreters? – A Deaf Perspective   In the hearing world, especially the business industry, people aim to provide services and products targeted towards a specific market. These specific markets will usually encompass products or services that deaf clients will also want to access. However, often deaf people are unable Read more about Who is Responsible for Paying BSL Interpreters? – A Deaf Perspective[…]

Should the UK offer Deaf Interpreters during Political Debates?

  What is going on with Deaf people to access to any political debates? Frequently, in the UK’s election process deaf people are unable to access Sign Language information as to whom they should vote for and why. It would be a great step forward for the UK Government if they were to arrange BSL Read more about Should the UK offer Deaf Interpreters during Political Debates?[…]

New Deaf Employment Survey Totaljobs

Femaura has been contacted by Totaljobs that they need more data from Deaf Community on the basis on Deaf Employment issues. My name’s Martin and I work for totaljobs. We’re running a survey in collaboration with 5 national deaf charities, which aims to investigate the challenges faced by deaf employees and jobseekers: Take a look Read more about New Deaf Employment Survey Totaljobs[…]

Why choose to study British Sign Language with ABC Awards?

Why choose to study British Sign Language with ABC Awards? Does anyone like taking examinations? Recent reports from our students certainly suggest not, with many saying that exams make them nervous and stressed to the point where they lose confidence in their abilities.   Assessments At Femaura, through the ABC Awards body we offer portfolio-based Read more about Why choose to study British Sign Language with ABC Awards?[…]

Flashing Event – Battersea Art Centre – Deaf people and BSL learners – London

We have received an email from Helen Gilmore who contact Femaura about wanting to inform Deaf people about Battersea Art Centre providing sign language performance in London.   Email: From Helen Gilmore (Battersea Arts Centre) – I’m writing to let you know about our upcoming show, Can I Start Again Please, which is performed in Read more about Flashing Event – Battersea Art Centre – Deaf people and BSL learners – London[…]