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  • Royal National Institute of the Blind


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  • RNIB is compiling a report on how Digital Rights Management (DRM) can impede access to information for people with disabilities.

    Boing Boing: February 27, 2005 - March 5, 2005 Archives

  • On Wednesday a protest, dubbed the Hardest Hit march, is being co-ordinated by hundreds of disabled people's organisations and charities and groups including Scope, Leonard Cheshire Disability, Mencap, the RNIB and Sense.

    Disabled people take anti-cuts protest to the courts

  • Citizens Advice carried out the research in conjunction with the Financial Inclusion Fund disability project, a partnership between Citizens Advice, the Royal National Institute of Blind People RNIB, Action on Hearing Loss, Contact a Family and Mencap to give free holistic debt advice to blind and visually impaired people, people who are deaf or hard of hearing, parents of disabled children, and people with learning difficulties.

    Disabled people 'face additional debt difficulties'

  • RNIB knows of many other PCTs that are going down this road to save money.

    Letters: NHS cost-cutting and grown-up politics

  • RNIB supports a thorough review of the safety of Avastin for the eye by the competent authority, the MHRA, as Avastin must be ruled safe before an appraisal.

    Letters: Seeds of doubt

  • RNIB is not alone in arguing for proper evidence on the safety of Avastin before a Nice appraisal Firms fight move to cheap anti-blindness drug, 3 January.

    Letters: Seeds of doubt

  • I got there in the end thanks to the RNIB and Calibre Talking Book Libraries plus a rota of loyal readers, but the fact that none of the books I chose is currently available on UK commercial audio even as a download is depressing.

    Sue Arnold's audiobook choice

  • Anita Lightstone, programme director of UK Vision Strategy at the RNIB, said: It is vital that people take the issue of eye safety seriously.

    Looking at partial eclipse directly could damage eyes, experts say

  • The advice was backed by the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, the College of Optometrists, the RNIB and incorporates advice from the Royal Astronomical Society.

    Looking at partial eclipse directly could damage eyes, experts say

  • Ruth Marks, who is currently director of the RNIB in Wales, and formerly chief executive of Chwarae Teg, the organisation which promotes and develops the role of women in the workforce, will take up her role in April.

    Archive 2008-01-01


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