RNIB campaigns to change behaviours and perceptions around sight loss and encourage people to see the person, not the sight loss. We want to change society so that blind and partially sighted people can take part on an equal footing and face a world without barriers.
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Blind and partially sighted people are twice as likely to be inactive than people without sight loss. Together, we want to change this.
We want people to see sight loss differently, so through RNIB’s biggest-ever advertising campaign, we are showing people how their actions can support us.
Nine in 10 people with sight loss find information on packaging difficult or impossible to read. This is a major barrier to independence.
Join RNIB's team of Joy Makers and you can help children with vision impairment feel included in the festive fun this Christmas
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.
By speaking up, you'll help us celebrate the health and care providers who are providing accessible information well and help us support changes for everyone where there are still issues.
Diolch i chi am roi amser i gwblhau'r arolwg, bydd eich adborth yn ein helpu ni i ddeall pa welliannau sydd eu hangen i sicrhau bod gan bobl wybodaeth iechyd a gofal hygyrch.
We answer your Frequently Asked Questions on our 'see the person, not the sight loss’ campaign.
We are delighted to announce the return of RNIB’s See Differently Awards for 2024. We set up these unique awards to recognise and celebrate the individuals and organisations who have dedicated their skills, passion and time to improving the lives of blind and partially sighted people.