Access to Information - Reports
Make money talk campaign report 2011
For 80 per cent of the public getting cash out from a cash machine is the fastest and most convenient way to obtain cash. This still isn't the case for the vast majority of blind and partially sighted people. Our 'Make money talk' report, published in September 2011, kicked off a campaign to make Britain's cash machines accessible to blind and partially sighted people.
Lost for words report 2010
"Why can't I get information about my health with the same independence and confidentiality as a sighted person?" Sarah, 26.
RNIB's lost for words campaign report, published in November 2010, reveals the very real frustrations of being 'shut out' by services that simply don't provide information in a format individuals can read. This can't go on.
Losing Patients 2009
RNIB campaign report 28 covers the Losing Patients campaign. Setting out the key issues, with analysis, recommendations and two case studies:
Overdue Report 2003
Overdue - the Right to Read gives an overview of the issues and includes quotes from frustrated readers. It makes recommendations for Government and those in the book industry.