Conferences

Papers

Rob Wilks, ‘Why equality law and Deaf people don’t get on’ (Business School Research Conference: Gaining Momentum, University of South Wales, 29 May 2018)

Talks

Rob Wilks and Rachel O’Neill, ‘The impact of the BSL (Scotland) Act on the education of deaf children and young people: transformative equality?’ (British Association for Applied Linguistics 2021 Conference, Northumbria University, 9-10 September 2021)

Rob Wilks and Rachel O’Neill, ‘The impact of the BSL (Scotland) Act on the education of deaf children and young people’ (Language Policy Forum, Bishop Grossetese University, 27-28 May 2021)

Rob Wilks and Rachel O’Neill, ‘The impact of the BSL (Scotland) Act on the education of deaf children and young people’ (Language in Context Research Seminar series, University of Edinburgh 7 May 2021)

Rob Wilks, ‘Making equality law work for Deaf people’ (Doctoral Inaugural Lecture 2021, College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, University of Leicester, 31 March 2021)

Rob Wilks, ‘Making equality law work for Deaf people’ (South Wales Business Research Conference: Widening Your Horizons, University of South Wales, 2 July 2020)

Rob Wilks, ‘Making equality law work for Deaf people‘ (Bridging the Gap 6 – Deaf people’s rights: is research working to advance them?, University of South Wales, November 2019)

Rob Wilks, ’Teaching through BSL: its impact on teaching practice‘ (Learning and Teaching Conference, University of South Wales, June 2019)

Gordon Hay, Rachel O’Neill and Rob Wilks, ‘Scotland, BSL, language recognition and the law’ (Deaf Studies Conference, University of Wolverhampton, February 2019)

Rob Wilks, ‘Why equality law and Deaf people don’t get on’ (Business School Research Conference: Gaining Momentum, University of South Wales, 29 May 2018)

Rob Wilks, ‘Why equality law and Deaf people don’t get on: developing Deaf Legal Theory’ (Deaf Academics Conference, Copenhagen, August 2017)