18th March: BSL Recognition Day

March 10, 2017

British Sign Language (BSL) is an official minority language of the UK, recognised on 18th March 2003.

That's the reason why British Deaf Association celebrates the Sign Language Week from 13th to 18th March to raise awareness of the United Kingdom’s Deaf community and provide a platform for Deaf people to proudly promote their language and culture.

 

Maria Eagle MP, Alan Murray BDA Vice-Chair and Andrew Smith MP

Picture from http://signlanguageweek.org.uk/bsl-recognition-2003

 

 

As at Deaf Umbrella the BSL is one of our tools, we want to join this celebration sharing BSL videos each day of this week.

WE ARE PROUD TO SIGN. WHAT ABOUT YOU? :)

 

 

DAY 1: 13 March 2017: Sign Language Week

 

DAY 2: 14 March 2017: Deaf Awareness

  

DAY 3: 15 March 2017: Deaf Pride

 

DAY 4: 16 March 2017: Deaf Culture

 

DAY 5: 17 March 2017: Deaf Identity

 

DAY 6: 18 March 2017: Deaf Community

 

DAY 7: 19 March 2017: Deaf People Rights

 SPREAD THE SIGN LANGUAGE!

 

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