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Society isn’t designed with blind and partially sighted people in mind and the cost of living crisis has made this situation worse. RNIB is here to help you.
Blind and partially sighted people have a legal right to receive accessible health and social care information. Find out more about our campaign, and how to request information in a format you can read.
The Transport Secretary, Mark Harper, has asked train operators to withdraw plans to close over 800 ticket offices across England and at Glasgow Central station.
Unprecedented Access to Work delays are putting blind and partially sighted people’s jobs at risk.
Being able to get around safely is important for everyone, but for people with sight loss some things can make it harder to do this. RNIB campaigns to make our streets and public transport safe and accessible to all.
Find out about the work RNIB has been doing to make voting accessible for blind and partially sighted people in the UK.
More people than ever before are experiencing sight loss, making you more likely than ever to meet a blind or partially sighted constituent. Below are some practical suggestions that are intended to help you provide an accessible experience to your constituents with sight loss.
Our policy statements are based on the latest evidence from blind and partially sighted people and the sight loss sector. We have policy position statements on a range of areas from access to information, education, eye health, employment and more.
If you're interested in campaigning for positive change for blind and partially sighted people, we've got some great free resources you can use locally or nationally.
The latest in RNIB's work campaigning for blind and partially sighted people