With a potential general election on the horizon, we're pressing the Cabinet Office to make voting a genuinely independent act for blind and partially sighted people.
We are assisting a blind man from Clitheroe taking legal action against East Lancashire Hospitals Trust after it repeatedly failed to send him communication in a format that he could read.
Our campaigning for accessible streets in Poundbury has led to a meeting to discuss the central shared space area, Queen Mother Square, with Poundbury’s landowner, the Duchy of Cornwall.
The Department for Transport has announced £20 million of government funds for stations needing accessibility improvements, on the anniversary of its Inclusive Transport Strategy. We're asking your help to highlight the issues to the Department for Transport.
We welcome the Prime Minister's announcement to tackle barriers faced by disabled people, but are asking that the needs of blind and partially sighted people are included.
Employment rates increase for the UK population as a whole but remain the same for blind and partially sighted people. What can we do to address this problem?
We’ve responded to a Government consultation, outlining their future plans for preventing poor health.
Patients are being encouraged to share their recent experiences of hospital eye services in order to streamline services and enable more timely treatment.
New report shows significant cuts to funding for specialist education services supporting children and young people with vision impairment since 2017.
On 26 July the Education Committee published a report on school and college funding, clearly stating that SEND funding is inadequate.
Parliamentary Candidates take our blindfold challenge.
Following today's Queen's Speech, we share our views on the bills that could have a direct affect on people who are blind or partially sighted.