A new RNIB report reveals that one in three vision impaired children are missing out on specialist support in school.
The High Court has ruled that the provisions for blind and partially sighted people to vote in the UK are unlawful.
Last year, Steve Sparkes set himself the challenge of a lifetime, to become the first blind man to row across the Pacific.
Yetnebersh Nigussie, a blind Lawyer has been awarded the prestigious Spirit of Helen Keller Award, joining the ranks of Bill and Melinda Gates and Ban Ki-moon.
As the world becomes more and more computerised, Connect explores whether there is still a place for braille.
Regional Campaigns Officers for RNIB, Terri and Mike, are encouraging cyclists to ring their bell and slow down to avoid collisions with blind and partially sighted people.
What drove Rachel Clements to choose to run this year’s iconic London Marathon to raise money for RNIB?
Richard Shuker, Community Facilitator for the South West, on how RNIB’s Facebook groups provide a space for you to connect, share and air your concerns with the community.
Ever wondered what some of the funniest calls to the RNIB Helpline were, or the weirdest antics of fundraisers? Then read on.