Houses of the Oireachtas: Watch the debate on the Recognition of Irish #SignLanguage for the Deaf Community Bill 2016 in the Seanad – the bill was debated on the 19 October 2016 #seeforyourself #ISL Irish Deaf Society
To read the #Seanad debate click here: http://bit.ly/2eZ7WRW
You can also watch all Seanad Playbacks here: http://www.oireachtas.ie/viewdoc.asp?DocID=33766&&CatID=129
Irish Deaf Youth Association: Because of the postponement of the Mad Hatter Afternoon tea party and because Halloween is coming up, we will have Spooky Alice in Wonderland themed party instead which will be on Saturday, 22nd of October 2016.
Click this link of the event page and more information!
Deaf, hearing, anyone is welcome! Hope to see you all there!
MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR MEN AND BOYS
“Should Deaflympics be part of the Paralympics?”
Guest Speaker: Stuart R Harrison, Vice Chair of UK Deaf Sport
Date: Saturday 19th November, 2016 at 6:00pm
Location: Malone Lodge Hotel, 60 Eglantine Ave, Belfast, BT9 6DY
Book your place now! – contact:
Susan Campbell E: email@example.com
Naomi Fujitani E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alice Johnston E: email@example.com
Webpage for more information: https://www.bda.org.uk/Event/international-mens-day-ni
Relief Panel of Travel Escorts (Part-time) required for Holy Family School for the Deaf and Boarding Campus on various routes nationally which include but are not limited to:
1. Laois – Dublin, Longford/Kinnegad – Dublin, Ashbourne – Dublin, Wicklow – Dublin, Dublin city and county.
Travel days Monday to Friday inclusive working to school term.
2. Donegal – Dublin, Galway – Dublin, Cork – Dublin, Tralee – Dublin
Travel days normally Sundays and Fridays on public transport working to school term.
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