We’ve been challenging organisations to make sure their information relating to coronavirus is accessible for all, and already we’ve seen some positive changes.
A letter from the Prime Minister is being sent to millions of households in the UK this week, with guidance on coronavirus that everyone should follow.
Accessible information has always been at the heart of RNIB campaigning, but with the unprecedented public health emergency caused by coronavirus, making sure blind and partially sighted people can access quick-changing health information and advice is critical.
Last week we met with the Cabinet Office to test out new accessible voting options, and results are heading in the right direction.
We hosted a training session in Parliament for MPs to help them learn how to make their services more accessible for people with sight loss.