Jaime Brown shared the key messages from the last NZSL Board meeting, held in August 2023.
Frequently asked questions and answers about the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters.
The NZSL Board have explored a range of options to set NZSL Interpreter standards post-graduation as an outcome of the NZSL Strategy (2018-2023).
Stats NZ wants to remind everyone there's still time to complete Census 2023 and it is important everyone is counted.
In February 2023, Te Ara Ahunga Ora - the Retirement Commission released their focus report on the financial capability of New Zealanders with disabilities or long-term health conditions. It contains data showing that disabled people continue to have, on average, lower levels of economic security and income.
Download our 2020 Annual Report and Briefings to the Incoming Minister for Disability issues.
Thirteen NZSL community projects have been approved for grants from the NZSL Fund, totalling $395,800.20 for the 2020/21 financial year.
Thanks to funding from the NZ Sign Language Board, Changing Minds was able to run two projects to change the conversation about mental health within the Deaf community.