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 respond to the new Work and Pensions Committee inquiry report in to assistive technology
Members of the Work and Pensions Committee gather evidence on the benefits of assistive technology to people with sight loss.
After Chancellor Philip Hammond remarked earlier this month that employing disabled people reduced UK productivity levels, Sally Harvey RNIB's Chief Executive, penned a letter to David Gauke, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions voicing her outrage.