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British Association of Teachers of the Deaf

“The benefits of offering yourself in this way to the local community are far-reaching and with more volunteers taking up the gauntlet positive changes remain long term too.

The local students I met were highly engaged, eager to understand our sign language, our methods for learning and to share their experiences. They were thrilled to learn about the idea of a global deaf community to which they could belong.”

May 2016

British Deaf News

“We work with Deaf communities in Sri Lanka so there’s a common understanding between our volunteers and our Sri Lankan partners right from the outset.

The aim of each trip is to remove any communication barriers D/deaf people might face on other trips meaning they can get stuck into their work, make new friends and absorb the local culture.”

March 2016


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Tom Gerrard

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Blanche Coy

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David Hutchinson

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Karolina Pakenaite

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Omar Mahmood

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Keegan Hall-Browne

“I grew in confidence and enjoyed helping people”

Jodie Winter

"I really enjoyed designing and painting the wall mural in one of the classrooms. It was a fantastic experience."

Stephan Pretorius

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Katherine O’Grady

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Ashley Hill

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Clair Murray

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Saira Shabbir

“I made new friends and was able to use my sign language skills”

Stephanie Denison

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Kimberley Bruce

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