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Galway County Council has passed a motion calling on the Government to give official recognition status to Irish Sign Language.
A HOST of prominent Irish people, making words in Irish Sign Language, is the essence of a new photographic exhibition which opens in Galway next week.
Where would you be likely to find TV3 Ireland AM presenter Sinead Desmond, footballer Robbie Keane, novelist Roddy Doyle, cook Rachel Allen, UTV and Sky TV presenter Eamonn Holmes, and musician Andrea Corr in one room? A stunning photography exhibition featuring all these celebrities and many more will be showing in Galway at the city museum.
Mayo entries are being sought for the 2013 Hidden Hearing Heroes Awards. This is the third year of the awards, a joint initiative between Ireland’s premier hearing healthcare provider Hidden Hearing and the Irish Deaf Society. The awards honour those who are deaf or hard of hearing and who make a significant contribution to society, their community, workplace, or through sporting excellence.
Mayo entries are now being sought for the 2012 Hidden Hearing Heroes Awards. A joint initiative between Ireland’s premier hearing healthcare provider Hidden Hearing and the Irish Deaf Society, the initiative honours those who are deaf or hard of hearing and have made a significant contribution to society, their community, workplace, family, or through sporting excellence.
The Centre for Sign Language Studies — formerly known as the Conroy School of ISL — was established in 2001 to develop a centre of excellence in the west of Ireland for the study of the deaf community and Irish Sign Language and to provide consultation and advice, interpreting, and translation services.