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Royal National Institute of Blind People

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105 Judd Street
London
WC1H 9RN
United Kingdom
020 7391 2083
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About us

We are the UK's leading charity offering information, support and advice to over two million people with sight loss. Our pioneering work helps anyone with a sight problem - not just with braille and Talking Books, but with imaginative and practical solutions to everyday challenges. We are a membership organisation with over 10,000 members who are blind, partially sighted or the friends and family of people with sight loss. 80 per cent of our Trustees and Assembly Members are blind or partially sighted. We encourage members to be involved in our work and regularly consult with them on government policy and their ideas for change. As a campaigning organisation of blind and partially sighted people, we fight for the rights of people with sight loss of all ages in each of the UK’s countries.

Latest Press Releases

  • Blind people being left to fend for themselves

    'Facing Blindness Alone' reveals between 2005 and 2013, there has been a 43 per cent decline in the number of blind and partially sighted people in England getting even the most basic types of council support - down from 55,875 people to 31,740, nearly 25,000 fewer people. (1)

    10.10.13
  • Postcode lottery for cataract surgery leaving thousands at risk of sight loss

    • New research shows massive regional variation: Number of cataract operations in Fylde and Wyre (North Lancashire) is four times the number in South Reading
    • National decline in the number of second eye operations taking place
    • RNIB calls for national leadership to tackle ongoing problem

    15.07.13

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