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London Deaf Migrants Research

The London Deaf Migrants researchers are seeking interpreters to participate in research

The London Deaf Migrants research is underway and Tyron Woolfe and Sally Reynolds are funded by the GLA for 6 months research and delivery of recommendations.

They are working with the support of an advisory board and two research assistants.  They are also engaging with 6 deaf migrants each step of the way.

Tyron would really like, and value, the opportunity to discuss with the best experienced interpreters who have worked in the field of Deaf migration; the issues experienced within interpreting per se for Deaf Migrants but also wider learning too. What could be improved etc.


If you would be interested in participating in this research, please contact Tyron on  

(Tyron usually works Wednesdays and Fridays on this project, but will often check correspondence)

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