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Deaf Works Everywhere

Deaf Works Everywhere is our campaign to get more deaf young people into work – and into jobs that inspire them.

Deaf Works Everywhere

Many deaf young people believe their career options are limited. With the right support deaf people can work everywhere, yet they are twice as likely to be unemployed as their hearing peers. But deaf people can be musicians, doctors and electricians – the list is endless.

We’re fighting for better careers support, more work experience and volunteering opportunities, and challenging expectations of what deaf young people can achieve.

You can also view the Welsh translation of this page, Byddar yn Gweithio Mhobman.

Support our campaign

Are you deaf, aged over 18 and want to inspire others?

Click on the link below to fill out your details. You can tell us how you would like to work with us. Your support can help raise the aspirations of deaf young people.

About the film

The film and campaign name was created in partnership with deaf young people across the UK, to kick-start the conversation. This is their campaign. We would like to thank all of our deaf role models for appearing in the film, and the deaf cast and crew.

About the campaign

The campaign is taking place in five stages over the next 3 years. You can find out more in the different categories below.

Help inspire deaf young people today

If you are deaf, 18 and over and want to inspire others, we would love to hear from you.

Click on the link below and fill out your details. Your experiences could help the aspirations of deaf young people.