Benefits and welfare - reports
The Tipping Point report 2012
The Hardest Hit, a coalition of over 90 disabled people's organisations and charities, produced the report 'The Tipping Point' which brings together a survey of over 4,500 disabled people, a poll of more than 350 independent welfare advisors, and more than 50 in-depth interviews with disabled people with varying conditions and impairments. The report reveals some shocking statistics including that nearly 9 in 10 (87 per cent) disabled people said their everyday living costs are significantly higher because of their condition
More than meets the eye report 2011
Key measures in the flagship 2011 Welfare Reform Bill represented a major assault on the incomes and independence of working age blind and partially sighted people. This is the finding of the 'More Than Meets the Eye' report, published by RNIB on behalf of seven sight loss charities.
- More than meets the eye Campaign report (Word. 144 KB)
- More than meets the eye Campaign report (PDF, 1 MB)
Taken for a ride 2006
Our 'Taken for a ride' campaign report shows how blind people were being "cheated" by not being allowed to claim the same level of benefit as wheelchair users. 253 MPs signed an Early Day Motion in support of our campaign.