deafscotland adds its name to Human Rights Consortium Scotland (HRCS) submission

Human Rights Consortium Scotland wrote a submission to the Independent Human Rights Act Review. deafscotland added its name in support. The Joint Committee on Human Rights at Westminster is holding a parallel review and the submission was sent onto this…

All Our Rights In Law: Report on the conversations held with people across the four pillars of deafness

The Scottish Government’s National Taskforce on Human Rights Civil Society Reference Group is looking at the development of a new human rights law for Scotland that is informed by the views and experiences of rights-holders, particularly those whose rights are…

"mental health" written in scrabble tiles

“Mental Health and Wellbeing for all people affected by deafness: Past, Present and Future”

It is 10 years since SCoD published the research paper “Making the Case for Specialist Mental Health Services in Scotland”. SCoD has produced a paper that shows the developments that have been put in place for people with a hearing…