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  • On the ball

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    Thursday, 18 June 2015
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    Dave Taylor, a Portsmouth Volunteer Campaign Coordinator and a lifelong Pompey fan, has shared his experience of photographing Portsmouth FC match days.

  • Mike Hughes, Volunteer Campaign Coordinator

    Making a big announcement

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    Tuesday, 16 June 2015
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    Mike is one of our Volunteer Campaign Coordinators in the West Midlands. He’s recently been campaigning to save audio announcements at Birmingham New Street train station.
     
    "I think the only way to change things in your local community and further afield is to be on the inside. Often the problem for campaigners is that by the time we hear about things, they are already happening and there’s not much we can do about it.

  • Templates - one size does not fit all

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    Tuesday, 19 May 2015
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    One of our campaigners, and RNIB charity trustees, Anne Rigby shares her experience of voting in the 2015 election.

  • Improving the hospital environment

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    Thursday, 29 January 2015
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    Mike Tupper is a volunteer campaigner in the North West. With PLACE assessments just kicking off; he shares his thoughts and experiences of PLACE and why you should get involved.

  • Voting hints and tips

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    Monday, 26 January 2015
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    Paul Bryce is a volunteer campaigner in the West Midlands. With the general election just around the corner, he shares his thoughts about how to make sure you’re ready to vote.

  • Blind date in European Parliament

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    Wednesday, 12 November 2014
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    Kimberley Burrows is the co-chair of Envision, our campaign network for people with sight loss aged between 18 and 30 years old. Kimberley recently attended a Euroblind event in European Parliament in Brussels to highlight the need for accessible goods and services. Find out more about Kimberley's experience of European Parliament and what we were seeking to achieve.

  • One Wednesday evening

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    Sunday, 9 November 2014
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    Siobhan Meade is a Volunteer Campaigns Coordinator in the East of England. She's written about her experience going home one evening and how a simple activity took a turn for the worst.

  • Campaigning for accessible coffee shops

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    Monday, 3 November 2014
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    Naomi Stevenson is an RNIB Volunteer Campaign Coordinator in Kent and a member on the steering group of our young campaigners’ network, Envision. She spoke to us about her involvement with RNIB campaigns and Envision.

  • It's 2014 - So why are blind and partially-sighted people still being excluded from voting?

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    Monday, 15 September 2014
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    RNIB chief executive Lesley-Anne Alexander blogs about why in 2014 it shouldn't be acceptable that blind and partially sighted people are cut off from the voting process in the UK 

    Voting is a hot topic these days - from the serious; voting for presidents, prime ministers or for independence, to the fun; voting for the winner of X Factor or the cutest cat competition. Everyone wants to win the 'public vote' and the public enjoy having the power.

  • Campaigning on the local environment

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    Thursday, 14 August 2014
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    Campaign supporters Elaine and Peter

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