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

  • Wilson McLeod, Rachel O’Neill and Rob Wilks, ‘Language Planning in Scotland: institutional plans, civil society and government engagement’ (Language(s), Interculturality and Literacies Research Hub Webinar series, 8 December 2021)

  • 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)