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How to Appeal

If the complainant or the interpreter is dissatisfied with the outcome of the complaints process, an appeal can be made to the Appeals Panel. 

The complainant or interpreter must notify the Registration Panel within 30 days of receiving the complaints report that they intend to appeal the decision.

An Appeals Panel will be formed to consider the Appeal.  

Members of the Complaints sub-committee who considered the complaint will not be on the Appeals Panel.  

How to make an Appeal? 

  • Submit an Appeals Form by email to  or by post/in person to: Appeals Panel, Register of Sign Language Interpreters (RISLI), c/o Sign Language Interpreting Service (SLIS), Deaf Village Ireland, Ratoath Road, Cabra, Dublin 7
  • Submit an appeal in Irish Sign Language (ISL) by sending a video message to or Mobile  number 086 138 0180 
  • Request a meeting through video call or in person to submit your complaint by contacting orMobile number 086 138 0180 

All appeals will be dealt with in accordance with the RISLI GDPR and Privacy Policy.