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Centre for Deaf Studies

Outreach

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The Centre for Deaf Studies has a strong record of engaging with the Deaf community – both locally, nationally and internationally – and key stakeholders whose work intersects with Deaf communities. We have engaged with a broad range of organisations including:

  • Association for Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD)
  • An Garda Síochána
  • Bridge Interpreting
  • Central Remedial Clinic (CRC)
  • Council for Irish Sign Language Interpreters (CISLI)
  • Courts Services
  • Deaf Community Centre, Limerick
  • Deaf Education Centre Deaf Village Ireland
  • Deafhear
  • Dublin Rape Crisis Centre (DRCC)
  • European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML)
  • European Forum of Sign Language Interpreters (efsli)
  • European Union Legal Interpreters and Translators Association (EULITA)
  • European Union of the Deaf (EUD)
  • Finnish Association of the Deaf (FAD)
  • Free Legal Aid Centre (FLAC)
  • Health Service Executive (HSE)
  • Interesource Group (Ireland) Limited
  • Ireland 2016
  • Irish Deaf Society
  • Irish Translators and Interpreters Association
  • Kerry Deaf Resource Centre
  • Léargas
  • National Council for Special Education
  • National Deaf Women of Ireland

  • Office of Public Works (OPW)
  • Paul Partnership
  • Sharing the Journey
  • Sign Language Interpreting Service (SLIS)
  • St Joseph's School for Deaf Boys
  • St Mary's School for Deaf Girls
  • St Patrick's College Drumcondra
  • Women’s Aid

In 2013, we were delighted to see Dr. Liisa Kauppinen, President Emeritus of the World Federation of the Deaf, presented with an honorary doctoral degree here in College. Dr. Kauppinen, was later awarded the United Nation’s Human Rights Prize in recognition of her work.

We always enjoy welcoming students to Dublin – we have welcomed Erasmus students from the Netherlands, Belgium, Finland, Tenerife and the Canary Islands and Fulbright Students from North America.

We run public lectures across the academic year – to keep up to date with what we are doing, join us on FaceBook and TWITTER